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    Quote by kozowy1967 View Post
    I could not agree more very reminiscent of a sub savanna or semi desert camo pattern.

    Regards Mark

    Hi Mark, I have seen many reference pictures of German ISAF troops wearing this is Semi-Arid environments and look's very effective indeed

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    picked up some dutch dpm helmet covers Click image for larger version. 

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    Great examples of the Dutch DPM covers James, I would like to source the Desert 3 colour version to add to my own similar covers

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    Hi Camo collectors ,here's one of my favourite Warsaw Pact Raindrop patterns, I particularly like the Czech Vz-60 Jehlicí pattern as the underside of the pattern is very unique.

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    Here is the pattern under IR light courtesy of henrikc Vz 60 - Camo

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    very nice set opex ,i agree on the czech needle pattern as being one of the best of this genre ,it makes the nva version quite bland , the jacket looks a very early one ,do my eyes see a 1964 date next to the crossed swords acceptance stamp and the ir photo looks amazing ,thanks for sharing

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    Quote by James C View Post
    very nice set opex ,i agree on the czech needle pattern as being one of the best of this genre ,it makes the nva version quite bland , the jacket looks a very early one ,do my eyes see a 1964 date next to the crossed swords acceptance stamp and the ir photo looks amazing ,thanks for sharing
    Many thanks for the compliment James, I only have one piece of NVA camo but in comparison to the Czech pattern is bland. I think the jacket is an early one 1964??
    ( it's a bit faded to make out) the only let down is that it is a Woman's version as it has no exterior chest pockets, and the buttons are sewn on the opposite position compared to a male jacket, but I really like the pattern so I can deal with this small issue.

    I found the IR picture whilst doing some research, and thought it would be good to share the pictures/site here. The pattern under IR is amazing !!

    Thanks again buddy

    BTW-Have you any more cool Austrian Pea Pattern items to update here, I would love to see them

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    hi opex to be honest i didnt realise the jacket was for a women but still looks superb mate ,but now you mention it i have seen czech needle pattern skirts on sale from time to time if i could convince myself they were more like an eastern block version of the kilt i might be tempted ,as for the austrian camo ive picked up a few pieces ,i must give a huge thanks to mark k for the trousers though its bringing my display closer to fruition ,and seeing as you ask so nicely here is a rough idea ,please excuse the nva belt and czech boots though they are just gap fillers and also the war room is a bit of a mess Click image for larger version. 

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    Many Thanx James I know they have gone to a good home were they are appreciated.

    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 opex to be honest i didnt realise the jacket was for a women but still looks superb mate ,but now you mention it i have seen czech needle pattern skirts on sale from time to time if i could convince myself they were more like an eastern block version of the kilt i might be tempted ,as for the austrian camo ive picked up a few pieces ,i must give a huge thanks to mark k for the trousers though its bringing my display closer to fruition ,and seeing as you ask so nicely here is a rough idea ,please excuse the nva belt and czech boots though they are just gap fillers and also the war room is a bit of a mess Click image for larger version. 

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    Hi James, yes sadly a "Lady" jacket still a cool pattern and features, I really like the Austrian manikin display so far buddy, which I am confident will be completed to your usual attention to detail and completion. Mark's done you proud there.

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    Hi camo collectors, here I have a pair of Choc Chip patterned combat trousers which I assume are possibly originally from the UAE, but have never been able to confirm this 100%, has anyone ever seen this type of trouser before,as I would be keen to confirm one way or another of their origins??

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