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    Quote by kozowy1967 View Post
    Hey Rene very cool shirt I like it something a little different to be shur.
    I have only seen one other example like this before it was as well a 69 dated ERDL the back of the shirt was dominant highlands browns and the rest of the shirt was the dominant lowland greens it was listed on Ebay a few months back.

    Regards Mark K
    Cheers Mark K

    It could have been the same one as it was listed on evilbay or maybe not, my mate withdrew it for me and shipped it to me at mates rates
    but the one you mention sounds like a better patch work one than this one
    and Sorry I'm a little early on the turps today

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    Here's shots of the inner for interests sake

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    G'day All
    Here's a 69 factory issue ERDL boonie I received today. This one will stay as as

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    Some nice stuff there fella,s
    Well done all
    Dave

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    Good morning gents I have a couple of new items you may find of interest the first one is a light tiger stripe combat shirt marked Winfield International they were a war time US manufacture of tiger stripe fatigues.
    Sadly I believe this shirt to be manufactured in the late 70's or early 80's as I can not find any information on this particular tag during the war years .
    It is still a welcome addition to my camo collection though I here from some other camo collectors that this company was still supplying camo to the Seal teams,Rangers,Spec opps, this however is unconfirmed and is only speculation at this point.

    Next up a nice heavy body armor fragmentation vest issued to ground troops I have not had the time to do a lot of research on it yet but it does have the NATO issue reference size on the tag. I will have to do some searching to see what countries it was issued to besides the good old USA .
    I found this at the fleamarket of all places and it was a steal for $ 35.00 cdn I have looked at a few over the years for sale but the shipping cost do to the weight has always made me cringe.

    Regards Mark K
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    Great pickups once again! I like the PASGT vest too, I have one in OD which was used by the navy. Some say that the zipper and buttons used in the 3/4 collar vest was slow to put on and take off, but I think while the PASGT is fast to wear and remove with the velcro, the velcro is also a great weakness. I have noticed that the vest has a tendency to "loosen up" when worn for longer periods of time, as the velcro patches that are on the inside do not attach to each other so well, while the flap on the outside holds.

    I do not know what countries have used the PASGT or a copy of it, but I have pictures of Finnish peacekeepers from the 80s and 90s wearing a UN blue one.

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    As I am a modern militaria collector, I too should contribute to this thread.

    Here are my four BW feldbluses in flecktarn. Dates of manufacture are: 1997, 2005, 2006 and 2009, and the clearly shows in the colour of the pattern. Three of them are made by Wahler, one, the 1997 example by Feuchter Ringelai. I have a flecktarn cover for the M826 which I use on a MICH replica until I get a hold of a real BW pot, original user propably removed the foliage straps. I also have three pairs of BW flecktarn pants but all of them are in the laundry. I also have the newer type of webbing set made in 2007, with 2 pouches for the G3 magazines, a canteen pouch, a shovel pouch and two larger pouches or "buttpacks".

    I can take images of the webbing too, for simplicity I have added an image of my airsofting set. The vest is the PASGT I mentioned in the previous post, I will replace it with a BW flak vest next time one pops up.

    I also have a 1996 made parka, maybe I will post pictures of it tomorrow.

    So here they are.
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    I should actually also contribute. I have some of the ordinary BW items, but a very nice KLMK 1980's Spetznas suit with mask and all. KLMK is my all time favorite camo pattern. I also bought some rare early 1950's camo siuts. I will put them up later.

    Regards, Lars

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    Looking forward to seeing them, I too like the KLMK pattern very much

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    Smock. Stretches almost all the way down to the feet. Very rare and 100% original.

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    "Jump suit" 1954 This one and the next is the earliest "digital" camo pattern made. The design dates back to 1944.

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    This one is in used condition, but still have the mask. Same year. Stamps are placed on the lower part of the lag on both suits.

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    KLMK 1978. Very good condition. A sun bleached stripe in the middle.

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    I have one more suit. These are rare post war camo suits. Even in Russia they are hard to find. Not so much the KLMK suit of course, but one still have to look around to find one. I think many of the 1950's suits was sold abroad in the 90's. They should be pretty pricey i would guess. Hope you like them.

    Regards, Lars

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