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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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    Thanks James , the Samoyed is mine and the black mix is my cousins . They like to get out and play when I dress like a tree and put up camo tents in his back field . I've picked up a load of stuff but been really busy lately myself too Mark , but it's still good to hear from you guys . Here a little taste of some stuff I have to pull out and post . South African Railways Police (SARP) Regional Task Force Jump Wing , as you can tell they used the Uzi extensively and they have sew in mag pouches in the pant , I have a pair .
    Cheers

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    belgium jigsaw camo ,first gen jacket and trousers 2nd generationClick image for larger version. 

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    Hi James, I have never seen those type of trousers before, very unusual with the calf pockets, can you shed any more light on the model of these items, I have a very similar pattern/era jacket as yours...but those trousers are very intriguing indeed, nice display as ever buddy

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    thanks gary one of the thigh pocket's has been removed unfortunately and material wise id say cotton ,would i be right in saying these would of been issued to para commando's? Click image for larger version. 

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    Hi James, I can only assume they are a Para-commando issued item, I have yet to see any other's like these ,so congrats on picking them up buddy. I have a pair in Jigsaw that are modelled on the US M-65 style, but these are 6 six pocket versions!

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    many thanks for casting an eye over these trousers gary and of course for your interest in the first place ,your a goodun

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    swiss alpenflage ,the braced load bearing trousers have waterproof knee sections as does the jacket on the elbow sections ,the later trousers dont have this and seem more like cargo pants in style ,the rain cape is dated 1969 but i believe the elasticated cap would be a more modern issue Click image for larger version. 

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    Thanks for posting James the Alpenflauge is one of my favorite patterns and would adopt well to the terrain here in Canada during the fall months and of course to some of are higher alpine regions as well at the right time of year .

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    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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    Many thanks mark for the nice comments i really enjoyed putting this set together and bring some completion to my m71 ,beautifull picture mark ,you live in a wonderfull place and your spot on about this camo the autumn hues are a perfect backdrop, allthough not period correct i used my fixed swiss E tool dated 1943 for display purposes ,cheers mate james

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    Great Swiss set James , I often wear my Swiss cap and the poncho is great in the woods on a rainy day .

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