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Military Alice Clips Slide Fastener 4-in-1 packet

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Seller: fusiongearaussi (24,779) 99.5%, Location: Adelaide, South Australia, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 271589676373 Military Alice Clips Slide Fastener/Keepers 4 in 1 pack This military Alice clip which can be used to attach everyday-carry gear to your belt or vest. It works by sliding the back gate up to the open position, attaching it to your gear and then sliding it on to the belt or vest in your designated spot. You then close the gate and your gear is secure until you decide to remove or relocate it's position. It is black anodized for the subdued look as well as corrosion resistant. About A.L.I.C.E. (* extracted from wiki) The All-Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment [ALICE] system, was adopted as United States Army Standard A on 17 January 1973. ALICE was made up of components for two types of load: the "fighting load" and the "existence load". The ALICE system was designed for use in all environments, whether hot, temperate, cold-wet or even cold-dry arctic conditions. It replaced all prior systems for both the U.S. Army and Marine Corps, including the M1956 Lightweight Load-Carrying Equipment [LCE] and the M1967 Individual Load-Carrying Equipment [MLCE]. The goal of the individual equipment portion of this design project was to develop a lightweight load-carrying system in an effort to lighten a combat soldier's overall load. The formal Development Acceptance (DEVA) review[14] on the LINCLOE LCE was held at Natick Laboratories on 17 January 1973, as classified as Standard A. The individual equipment system was given the designation M-1972 Lightweight Load-Carrying Equipment [LLCE]. After the initial contracts had been issued the individual equipment system was re-designated All-Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment [ALICE] and the use of year-model designations officially ceased. The ALICE system retains the concept of separate fighting and existence loads that was refined in the mid-1950s during the development of the M-1956 Load-Carrying Equipment [LCE]. The most important point in the fighting and existence loads concept is that an infantry rifleman should carry only the items necessary to complete the immediate mission at hand. Normally these items are carried on the individual equipment belt and individual equipment belt suspenders. The typical individual existence load consists of items other than those in the individual fighting load which are required to sustain or protect the infantry rifleman, which may be necessary for the infantry rifleman's increased personal and environmental protection, and which the infantry rifleman normally would not carry. The fighting load is the minimum needed by a combat soldier who has to be able to move quickly and with agility. It is anchored by the Individual Equipment Belt, successor to the Utility Belt of the two World Wars. The Individual Equipment Belt Suspenders attach to the belt with snap hooks and shift the load to the shoulders. The suspenders allow many other attachment points for additional gear. The ALICE Individual Equipment Belt LC-1 used the slide fastener "keepers" for attached equipment such as the canteen, first aid pouch, or intrenching tool, keepers that came into use with the M-1956 series of equipment. The keepers replaced the old-style M1910 wire hooks for all attachments. The ALICE system has been phased out of all active, reserve, and Advanced Individual Training units in the United States Army. Most Basic Training units use either the standard ALICE LC-1 system or a Load Bearing Vest with canteen pouches and the belt. ALICE was succeeded by Generation I MOLLE equipment. U.S. Marines use ALICE for training, deployed units use new MOLLE and ILBE systems. Color in Black ONLY * Price is for 1 packet (including 4 clips) PAYMENT METHOD Generally, Fusion Gear accepts the following forms of payment. - bank cheque - paypal - credit card (visa/mastercard/debit card) - bank transfers/direct deposit SHIPPING - Default freight is to be sent by regular letter/parcel which does not offer tracking service nor transit cover. It is highly recommended to get transit cover in place by paying little extra for peace of mind. Simply choose "regular parcel+tracking/signature" from drop-down shipping options once check-out. PLEASE BE AWARE that any uninsured article is solely at buyer's own risk that Fusion Gear is not responsible for any damage/lost in transit. - All orders received before 2pm with cleared payment will be mailed on the same working day. - Free shipping on order value over $200 nation-wide (local OZ buyers only). - Do combine postage of multi-item purchasing. Simply request “total”/”invoice” prior to check-out. - For all international buyers, insurance is highly recommended at cost. All uninsured orders will be shipped at your own risk that Fusion Gear is not responsible for any loss or damage in transition as such. WARRANTY & RETURN - FUSION GEAR endeavours to have replacement without charges in case where the goods arrive non-functional to the Buyer. The Buyer is obliged to notify FUSION GEAR of the intended replacement at first place. Fusion Gear will send the replacement to the Buyer within 7 days upon receipt of the faulty goods returned in good order that are not exhibited damage or non-functional as a result of use, which means no scratches, dents, chips, cracks or missing components. The Buyer shall ensure all items returned appropriately packed with original package in whole including all original components and accessories if any. - More detailed information can be found at “Shipment/Return” at store front-page Condition: New

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