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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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    A couple more Brit packs



    Rucksack Other Arms 94',

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    Rucksack Radio Carrier 95'

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    This pack can carry the Clansman 320, 351/352 sets as well as the Cougar secure radio system.
    Love my Brit kit.

    Later fella's and all the best,
    Dave

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    My pile of late 60's to early 2000's Brit kit.

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    Someone please help me.......


    Bit of a mixed bag there.
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    Quote by Opex View Post
    I look forward to seeing this item, I was not aware Belgium supplied garments to West Germany, so this sounds like an exciting item especially in the Swiss camo pattern
    I haven't had time to dig it out of the basement yet but I did find a couple of pictures of it on my computer. They are not the best but they are all I have right now. I will try to take some better pictures this weekend.
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    Quote by Thanatos View Post
    Same concept as the WW2 Brit tankers "Pixie Suit" re the extraction straps.
    I thought all these Austria covers were tank suits but I may be incorrect on that.
    Here's mine,

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    No extraction straps. Could the straps have been removed from later production runs as a cost cutting measure ?
    The vast majority of the Austrian parkas were intended for foot sloggers and artillery etc, only limited numbers of the Kaz57 and the later Kaz59 were produced with the extraction handle for armoured troops!....
    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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    Quote by Thanatos View Post
    G'day all,
    Some recently obtained Brit 68 Pattern kit

    Smock

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    Trousers

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    All the best Fella's

    Dave
    Nice early 70s set, going by the dotty camo on the smock and the low A/78 contract numbers, which I can also just about see on the lower right of the trouser label.

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    Cheers for that William1. Appreciate the info re the tags. Also thanks to you Gunny re the Austrian smock. I always thought it was a armoured crew garment.
    Later fella's
    Dave

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    These gents on WAF have done a great job on researching the Austrian KAZ57/59 garments. It's a real credit to all involved and worth a look.
    1959 austrian camo parka & trousers - Wehrmacht-Awards.com Militaria Forums

    Hope you enjoy the read.

    All the best
    Dave

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    Default Croatian Woodland camoflague

    Hi fellow collectors,I have finally through years of perseverance managed to source a full uniform set of Croatian Woodland pattern.
    First up is the Coat ( very similar to the US M-65 coat in design) secondly the lightweight shirt and finally the Trousers ( again very similar to the US
    M-65 Trousers in design),all in the Croat woodland pattern, the second to last picture hopefully shows the corresponding distinctive pattern ,all be it the colours are different for each garment,also note the labels which generally gives a clue to the origins i.e. the SIFRA manufacturer .

    Whilst this camo is not rare it is however for me a satisfying collection as it took a number of years to source each individual piece to complete the set,thanks for looking

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    Croatian Artillery soldiers wearing the Croatian Woodland uniforms.
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    Quote by M422A1 View Post
    I haven't had time to dig it out of the basement yet but I did find a couple of pictures of it on my computer. They are not the best but they are all I have right now. I will try to take some better pictures this weekend.
    Many ,many thanks for showing this super rare West German camo jacket, I am very glad you posted some pictures of it..very impressive piece

    BTW,below is a link to another forum where you will be able to read more information about this rare camo jacket

    West German 1955 Leibermuster

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    Quote by Opex View Post
    Hi fellow collectors,I have finally through years of perseverance managed to source a full uniform set of Croatian Woodland pattern.
    First up is the Coat ( very similar to the US M-65 coat in design) secondly the lightweight shirt and finally the Trousers ( again very similar to the US
    M-65 Trousers in design),all in the Croat woodland pattern, the second to last picture hopefully shows the corresponding distinctive pattern ,all be it the colours are different for each garment,also note the labels which generally gives a clue to the origins i.e. the SIFRA manufacturer .

    Whilst this camo is not rare it is however for me a satisfying collection as it took a number of years to source each individual piece to complete the set,thanks for looking

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    The Croatian woodland stuff was quite common in the UK a few years ago, i picked up a pair of the pants from a surplus dealer at a bike rally after i got really wet in a thunder storm. Very similar to the US BDU/M65, they could almost be the Yank stuff with Croat labels!...
    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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