ISO WW2 tents or fly

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ISO WW2 tents or fly

Post by docthrush » Sun May 20, 2018 2:14 pm

Looking for any WW2 period tents. Also looking for a rain fly (tent cover) and camo net.


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Re: ISO WW2 tents or fly

Post by D.R.H. » Mon May 21, 2018 6:32 pm

Hey Doc, are you steadfast in your quest for W.W. 2 period tents? If you are flexible, try these guys; I know Juan personally, He and His family own and operate this business. Great folks building period correct products that I have purchased and seen in use at various events in So. Calif.
Take a look, I think you may like what you'll see. :)
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Re: ISO WW2 tents or fly

Post by Hired Goon » Tue May 22, 2018 4:41 am ... era-tents/

My reenacting unit BROLHO 1st ID has a bunch of tents. I believe several are from Armbruster. Not inexpensive, but good quality. We will be at Reading next week. Some of the guys have found originals. For a fly you could just get a new canvas tarp of the correct dimension. Chip
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Re: ISO WW2 tents or fly

Post by majvret » Wed Jun 13, 2018 7:52 pm

Are you looking for WW2 shelter half/pup tents? I have some available if you are.

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