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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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    "Opex, it's always a pleasure and you sir are a gent! You've probably noticed that 70s sniper smocks seem to be getting rarer and people have been asking high prices for them, but you might still find a good one cheaply. Here's another piece of dpm, an early SAS smock."

    Hi Ted, yes I have found the sniper smocks to be most elusive in my searches around my local surplus stores, but I hope one day to find one, and the SAS smock's are an amazing piece of kit, I picked up a RMC version late last year from one of my favourite haunts, and paid a reasonable price for it too, thanks for showing your smock the colours are very vibrant and the condition looks A1, take care Opex.

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    Hi all. At the request of CBH I am posting these two BGS Sumpftarn caps here for reference. They appear to be real and I believe are quite scarce. Any comments are welcome.

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    nice score james ,interesting to see the metal and cloth roundel on this pairing

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    picked up this bundesheer k4 medium packClick image for larger version. 

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    picked up some 68 pattern dpm , the smock and trousers set are both lined ,just need to do a slight repair to the knee section Click image for larger version. 

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    Polish Moro pattern (wz68 Moro Ludowe Wojsko Polskie), this is the first time i have seen an example of this camo for sale and i have never seen any clothing up for grabs. It's a little shoulder bag about 10"x6"x4", no idea of it's exact use but it'll make an ideal camera bag.

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    very nice item paul ,is this the worm pattern ive heard of or am i getting my wires crossed

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    very nice item paul ,is this the worm pattern ive heard of or am i getting my wires crossed
    Yes James it is indeed worm pattern, i seem to remember reading that this pattern cloth contained asbestos, i've searched the internet but can't find anything to confirm it!...
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    arh now you mention paul it i believe it was the earlier rain pattern clothing that had the asbestos ,well if im lying my pants will be on fire

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    Quote by James C View Post
    arh now you mention paul it i believe it was the earlier rain pattern clothing that had the asbestos ,well if im lying my pants will be on fire
    Ah that explains it mate!...
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