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Swiss Tent Pole Set - Three tent stakes included

Swiss Military Tent Pole Set

$9.95

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These are original WWII-era Swiss Military issued tent pole sets.  Each set comes with one three piece wooden tent pole, with three galvanized steel tent stakes.  Fully assembled the pole measures approximately 45 inches.  The complete set stores in its original canvas pouch which is dated from the original time of issue and marked with the department who received it. With each set being over 60 years old, you'll find no two are exactly alike, yet you will find all of them to be fully functional and unique pieces of Swiss military history.  Each soldier would be issued one of these sets with their shelter half.

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powderbob 11-318-2017 11-15-201715:07
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nice pols and stakes
Received my two sets of poles fast and very well packed by Keep Shooting staff all together with my two big Bulgarian Army cots and two Russian shelters/tents/ponchos. Very heavy duty wood poles with the same typical Swiss military quality steel tent stakes. Mine are from the 1940's and still great looking. Thanks KeepShooting.
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Michael 10-284-2016 10-11-201621:02
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Zeltbahn poles!
great substitue for ww2 german zeltbahn poles!
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Jonathan 05-128-2015 05-09-201522:51
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Versatile Swiss Engineering
I've had my tent pole set for a while now and they are worth every penny. I've used them with my East German Zeltbahn and my Polish Poncho shelters and they have worked great.
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William 06-179-2015 06-29-201513:39
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substitute for American tent pols
ok so i pick up a US tent at a yard sell but it was missing a set of the poles so these wear a close match for them they're from ww2 but still in pretty good con. the only down side is the US tent have the metal nipple at the top these don't so i'm just going to mix match them when assm.
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Jacob 05-136-2015 05-17-201503:47
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Swiss Surplus
I got these to go in my WWII militaria collection and these look nice. They're an item you don't see often, and i decided to get them since they are WWII dated.
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