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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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    Hi Guys ! The Estonian set above prompted me to post
    this unmarked camo jacket for ID. I've been meaning
    to do so for quite a while. Hopefully someone will
    recognize it.........



    There is a pocket on the upper right sleeve, and
    what may have been a round patch on the left.
    It has unique box stitching at the top
    of each shouder :
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    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Hi Steve, it's Latvian and very nice too, many thanks for sharing another unusual camo pattern here

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    That pimpled effect can become very pronounced if the jacket is washed at too high a temperature, the cotton content in the cloth shrinks but the synthetic fibre that provides the rip stop does not!...


    Many thanks for looking Paul, and your theory makes perfect sense, I have some DDPM examples of this model with the same "pimpled" effects

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    Hi Guys ! The Estonian set above prompted me to post
    this unmarked camo jacket for ID. I've been meaning
    to do so for quite a while. Hopefully someone will
    recognize it.........:
    Great camo Steve I like that pattern

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    Thanks for the ID and the comments. I've owned
    it for about 12 years or so. I like the pattern
    too - it is rather unusual.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    Thanks for the ID and the comments. I've owned
    it for about 12 years or so. I like the pattern
    too - it is rather unusual.........
    You are more than welcome, and it is an usual pattern, I know of only a few collectors who has such a set ,which was how I was able to ID it for you

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    Hi Fellow collectors, here I have a set of Belgium Jigsaw pattern M90 combats

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    Hi All

    Reverting to Brit cams for a moment, here's my SAS smock and belt order. The smock dates from about 1980, the webbing is all dateable to 1979 or earlier. The drop ammo pouches are the SLR version. You can just see the altimeter pouch behind the 9mm Browning holster. I'm still short of an early escape pouch, hence the gap at the back. To finish off this set-up I have windproof trousers of about the same date, an undateable woolly hat of the right type, a 1979 dated para bergen, and some 70s German para boots, favoured by many of our troops in the Falklands campaign.

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    I sold most of my camo collection a few years ago, but i found a couple of items lurking in the cupboard!....
    Italian "Somalia" pattern!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    After studying many tigerstripe variations i think these are South Vietnamese marines pattern, no labels of any kind in them!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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