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Article about: Hey guys, I have been trying to decipher the Australian makers of pattern 1937 web equipment with limited success and thought I would post on here and see if anyone could fill in any of the

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    No worries Rene!

    I was actually just as curious a Oz about that carrier!

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    Thank you for the photos Rene (and Mike for his kind patience).
    Well, its got me stumped too. I wonder if these pictures could be posted in an off-topic area of the Great War forum? Just an idea. Unusual to see double rings on webbing equipment. A puzzle.


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    Hey Guys!

    I recently saw the following 1945 Australian pliers frog and had a hard time reading the letters, let alone deciphering the acronym. That's when it hit me! This could be a later version of the maker mark 'G.V. Mulder' found on earlier articles of webbing. Does anyone else think this frog is marked GVM for George Victor Mulder?

    Australian P37 Web Equipment Makers...

    Australian P37 Web Equipment Makers...

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