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Article about: Great stuff Opex! I haven't posted on this thread for a while but thought I would kick this in -has been posted prev in 'World guns' thread a few years ago-West German Flecktam P38/P1 pistol

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    And some various DPM Temperate Jackets,Parka's ,Smock's and wind proof's

    1. 68 Pattern with detachable hood.
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    2. 84 Pattern
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    3. 94 Pattern
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    4.Arctic Parka
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    5.Royal Marine Pattern Wind proof
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    6.S 95 Wind proof
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    7. Aircrew Jacket
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    8.Para Smock
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    9. Para Smock
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    10. Radar Ventile Wind proof (Private Purchase)
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    Quote by CBH View Post
    I'd like to find the belt and hat , but I don't know if there was an issue camo hat . Anyone have a link to any sites that show Austrian gear ?
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    Hi Chris as far as I know there was no version of a camo issued field cap all the ones I have seen have either being home made and or are knock offs of the M-43 there used to be a seller on E-Bay Canada that used to sell them manufactured from zeltbahn material but I have not noticed them in some time now.

    Hi Gary a lovely collection of DPM there the SAS,Aircrew,Parasmocks,and private purchase items are just killer some of which I have never seen before I might add I do notice an absence of any tropical DPM in your collection or have I missed it or you have not shown it yet.

    Regards Mark
    Always on the look out for WW II Canadian Helmets and Cam nets to add to my collection.

    Found a Canadian Mk II Medics Helmet and yes I know they are about as rare as hens teeth !!!!!

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    Hi fellow collectors, I thought you might be intersted in seeing these items. A little bit of history behind these rare clothing item. Prior to the now very commonly seen S95 clothing system being introduced there were trials which were carried out at the Infantry Trails & Development Unit (ITDU) in Warminster UK. Only trials clothing types feature the SCRDE Red label's which relates to the Specialist Clothing Research and Development Establishment. The following items are examples from my collection of the lightweight jacket ,secondly another pristine example of the lightweight jacket, and a Goretex Jacket. ( And sorry no they are not for sale)

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    AFV Coveralls used by 4th Armoured Brigade "Desert Rats"
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    Quote by kozowy1967 View Post
    Hi Chris as far as I know there was no version of a camo issued field cap all the ones I have seen have either being home made and or are knock offs of the M-43 there used to be a seller on E-Bay Canada that used to sell them manufactured from zeltbahn material but I have not noticed them in some time now.

    Hi Gary a lovely collection of DPM there the SAS,Aircrew,Parasmocks,and private purchase items are just killer some of which I have never seen before I might add I do notice an absence of any tropical DPM in your collection or have I missed it or you have not shown it yet.

    Regards Mark

    Hi Mark, many thanks for your kind comments which are very much appreciated, regarding the Tropical DPM I have not shown any yet but this will be my next project. Hopefully you will like the "Trop's" when I get a chance to dig them out of storage and show them here, thanks again buddy

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    Hi Gary many thanks I have a soft spot for Brit and Canadian DPM and have a few sets my self including some trop light shirts and trousers.

    Regards Mark
    Always on the look out for WW II Canadian Helmets and Cam nets to add to my collection.

    Found a Canadian Mk II Medics Helmet and yes I know they are about as rare as hens teeth !!!!!

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    Quote by kozowy1967 View Post
    Hi Gary many thanks I have a soft spot for Brit and Canadian DPM and have a few sets my self including some trop light shirts and trousers.

    Regards Mark
    Me too Mark, sadly I have plenty of the Brit DPM but have often missed the chance to scoop up some Canadian DPM. I will post up my "Trops" this weekend as the sun is actually out for a change ,thanks again

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    Here you go Mark ,as promised some examples of my Tropical DPM, I do have some other variations but this is what I could place my hand's on

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    Nice Gary I absolutely love the different variations in color and construction found in the tropical DPM pattern

    Regards Mark
    Always on the look out for WW II Canadian Helmets and Cam nets to add to my collection.

    Found a Canadian Mk II Medics Helmet and yes I know they are about as rare as hens teeth !!!!!

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    Here I have show some examples of the British S95 Type MTP ( Multi Terrain Pattern),which is now known as 1st generation in some circles as it has been superseded by the PCS MTP ( Personal Clothing System - Multi terrain Pattern), acronyms apart hopefully my examples of the S95 type which were all worn in the Afghanistan conflict will demonstrate the fundamental differences in the way the garments were designed. I have shown some pictures of the major differences between the S95 type and the PCS type, any questions or queries please feel free to ask, thanks for looking

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    Notice the S95 type on the left which features large Canadian style buttons and the PCS Type on the right which has slanted pockets and hidden buttons,and a lot more non-stealthy velcro...great if you need to dig out your chocolate bar's on mission...not!

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    PCS again all hidden buttons and lot's more non-stealthy velcro fastenings!

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    And finally a picture demonstrating the arm sections of PCS on top,with Velcro attached "blanking piece which is used for attaching insignia etc, and the original S95 type below, of note is the difference of colours, the original MTP had more peach coloured hues in the pattern ,whereas the newer version seems to have lost all it's peach hues, shame as I am rather fond of Peaches!!!!

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