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Belt P37 Aust

Article about: G'day All I've been looking for this one in my junk pile for a few years and just found it again!

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    G'day All



    I've been looking for this one in my junk pile for a few years and just found it again!

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    Nice unblanco'ed P37 belt Rene. These are getting hard to find and a little expensive.
    Hang on to it mate it's a good un.

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    Lucky to find it again as Mark K asked me to search for something in the junk pile. So I have many Thanks to him.

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    I think that "junk pile" of yours is bottomless mate. It's like a never ending lucky dip of good things.

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    Quote by Thanatos View Post
    I think that "junk pile" of yours is bottomless mate. It's like a never ending lucky dip of good things.
    When are you coming up to the main land? there is a spare room!

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    One mans junk is another mans treasure mate. Good example and marked with his service number, very cool, especially for you Aussies who can research them so easily.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    When are you coming up to the main land? there is a spare room!
    I should shoot over hey mate. A week-end at least. Maybe early next year if that's ok.
    Thanks and cheers cobber, your a good mate Rene.

    Me when I first see your "junk pile"

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    very nice rene I wish I had a junk pile like your's

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    Thought I'd better update this one, it's been found that this belt is a British made one
    Below is a Aust made belt

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    Hi Rene, thanks for the post.
    Did Australia make economy style belts like the first one? And is the weave on oz belts similar to the rest of oz web, or closer to Brit? (Wondering if there is a way to tell the difference without markings)
    Cheers, Jim.

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