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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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    Quote by James C View Post
    hi Jerry ,if possible could you post up a picture for comparison please im really interested to know the differances between the two and thanks mark it has a look of us erdl pattern
    Here you are James. I have the insignia somewhere!
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    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    that was very good of you Jerry i can see straight away some differances especially the front lower pockets ,mine are vertical and have storm flaps ,you were right about pockets everywhere ,mine is devoid of rear pockets ,thanks again, james

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    A couple of camo caps, US I think.
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    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Quote by James C View Post
    that was very good of you Jerry i can see straight away some differances especially the front lower pockets ,mine are vertical and have storm flaps ,you were right about pockets everywhere ,mine is devoid of rear pockets ,thanks again, james
    Your welcome James. It has 10 pockets in total, front back, sleeves, inside etc...
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    The jungle dpm trousers.
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    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    i tell a lie ,ive just noticed one rear pocket ,only the flap is noticable and this slovakian version has an inner liner in the camo pattern around the upper torso,also interesting is the crossed swords stamp as found on czech militaria Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote by James C View Post
    i tell a lie ,ive just noticed one rear pocket ,only the flap is noticable and this slovakian version has an inner liner in the camo pattern around the upper torso,also interesting is the crossed swords stamp as found on czech militaria

    The czech jacket I showed has the crossed swords on the inside, perhaps your was made for them before the split?
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    i agree Jerry it makes sence

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    Hi fellow collectors,here I have an Austrian jacket as can be seen from the pictures the hood has been removed ( which will be a constant annoyance to me) it does have some wear and tear which I particularly like however.

    There is a button sewn on to replace the original plastic version which I can only assume is a German/Austrian WW2 type which has some lettering on the rear,this strikes me as an odd feature hence my query. Could this metal button be WW2 German, I can provide details of the lettering on the rear if this would relevant?

    If anyone could also explain the stamped lettering e.g. what date etc. that would be fantastic,and also what specific model it is!
    Thanks for looking

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    Update to this post here is an Austrian Fleckerlteppich Parka from my collection, this example I believe is dated 1968 and is fantastic condition all be it faded which extenuates the pink hues.


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    Hi Fellow collectors , Here are two of my Belgium jackets, first one is a 1st pattern Jigsaw para Smock dated 1958 , second a 3rd pattern Jigsaw smock dating from the mid 90's. Thanks for looking Opex

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    Update this post, here is a pair of Belgium Brush stroke trousers, these are fairly fairly faded but the brush stroke pattern is still quite clear. As can be seen from the label they are dated 1956, and are the type worn by Belgium paratroopers in Operation DRAGON ROUGE, RED DRAGON in English, was one of the most dramatic military missions undertaken during the Cold War. It involved a flight of more than 4,000 miles by USAF C-130s carrying paratroopers of the crack Belgian 1st ParaCommando to rescue hostages who had been held for more than three months in the Congolese city of Stanleyville.

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