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NEWS | June 6, 2023

Air Warrior: Two Types of Snaps for Your PSGC

BLUF: Here’s how to order replacement snaps for the new primary survival gear carrier (PSGC), NSN 8415-01-620-3360.

Soldiers loading into a Chinook for a mission.
Photo by Spc. Tori Miller
Your new OCP pattern primary survival gear carrier (PSGC), NSN 8415-01-620-3360, PN 1006021-1, has two types of snaps: plain snap and pull-the-dot snap. Each snap consists of four pieces: cap, socket, stud and eyelet.

If either of these snaps is defective or missing, and there’s no stock on hand in the shop, you can order them.

Replace missing or damaged snaps on PSGC
Replace missing or damaged snaps on PSGC

Here are the NSNs to replace defective or missing snaps on your PSGC.
Plain Snap
Item PN NSN 5325-
Cap MS27980-1B 00-359-6844
Socket MS27980-6B 00-285-6250
Stud MS27980-7B 00-842-1879
Eyelet MS27980-8B 01-023-3843

Pull-the-dot Snap
Item PN NSN 5325-
Cap MS27983-1 00-891-9073
Socket MS27983-2 00-945-2577
Stud MS27983-3 00-276-4908
Eyelet MS27983-4 00-276-4978
To learn more, read the PSGC IETM on the Interactive Authoring Display System (IADS); it’s EM 250, TM 1-1680-377-13&P (Dec 21).
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