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British Mk6a & Interesting Cover.

Article about: This deserved a thread I thought. Not the most tactical of camo it has to be said, but a genuine issue item. I guess used on exercise, maybe an umpire would wear it or somebody directing tra

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    This deserved a thread I thought. Not the most tactical of camo it has to be said, but a genuine issue item. I guess used on exercise, maybe an umpire would wear it or somebody directing traffic in a rear area etc. First time I have seen one. Construction is pretty much the same as standard Mk6 covers, minus the foliage loops.

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    this sort of cover is used by rear echelon ,royal logistics corp ,vehicle delivery units ,when there are a lot of vehicles moving arownd ,,worn with a high vis vest/jacket ,,also by royal engeneers on construction sights , which are close to the battle ,,ETC

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    Thanks Ian, that makes perfect sense

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    nice find andy ,i must admit the first ive ever seen one ,thanks for sharing

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