U.S. G.I. Improved Combat Shelter, ACU Digital, Used


U.S. G.I. Improved Combat Shelter, ACU Digital, Used

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The ICS (Improved Combat Shelter) is the current generation one man combat tent for the U.S. Army. Designed to be easily portable, versatile, and extremely durable. The ICS is a one-person tent that provides protection from rain, wind, and snow in multiple climates. This tent, if properly taken care of, will provide a long life of comfortable camping. No need to worry about getting wet in this tent. Included rain fly makes this tent waterproof and provides a storage vestibule in the rear of the tent for extra gear. Special features include: blackout capable, waterproof tub floor, and flame resistant. Measures approximately 96’’ long x 40.5’’ wide x 32.5’’ at its peak. Pack weight: 6.5lbs. Used condition. May have dirt in the tent, soldier’s name, etc. Limited Quantities. NSN# 8340-01-521-6438. Regular retail price over $300.00. MADE IN USA.

Grade 2: Used, good complete condition. Tent body, rainfly, poles, stakes, carry bag are included, in good used condition.

Grade 3:
Used, rough condition, perfect for those looking for a tent restoration project. Will be missing various components.


Additional Information
Grade 2,3
Prop 65 Ca Residents Only
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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does this shelter come with the 3 poles, tent stakes and storage bag?

Yes sir

Can the fly be used separately

I would not recommend it, other than using it for a ground cloth, or simple covering. The fly requires the "structure" of the tent and its poles to be functional