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Show us your variations to the P-37 Bren/Sten gun pouch

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    Quote by kozowy1967 View Post
    I will keep me eyes peeled Dave and send you a PM when I find one at a decent price

    Regards Mark K
    Cheers Mark Appreciated mate.
    Nice pouch's Luke, Cheers for posting them.

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    Finally located my two wartime examples in my pile of webbing.

    A M.E.Co 1941 dated pouch, and a M. W. & S. Ltd 1944 dated pouch.

    Nothing special about them, other than they are in reasonable condition.

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    Thanks for posting them up nothing wrong with them they look to be in decent condition
    Is the M.E.Co Pouch a Mk II or III I would say that the M.W & S.L is a Mk III do to the late production date they were starting to put drain holes in the bottom of some by then is there a grommet in the bottom of the M.W & S.L
    Once we get a few more examples I will start to make a list of commonwealth manufactures and there countries of origin and put it at the top of the thread.

    Regards Mark K

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    Quote by kozowy1967 View Post
    Thanks for posting them up nothing wrong with them they look to be in decent condition
    Is the M.E.Co Pouch a Mk II or III I would say that the M.W & S.Ltd is a Mk III do to the late production date they were starting to put drain holes in the bottom of some by then is there a grommet in the bottom of the M.W & S.L
    Once we get a few more examples I will start to make a list of commonwealth manufactures and there countries of origin and put it at the top of the thread.

    Regards Mark K
    What a great idea.

    I guess the M.W. & S. Ltd is a Mk III, is a bit taller than the M.E.Co. pouch if you put them back against back, and I guess that makes it a Mk III? but there is no drainage hole, so I am a bit in the dark here.

    I still need a Mk I

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    G'day Luke would they possibly be stamped GMH? I have some bits stamped like this
    Never seen these pouches before - very nice
    Sorry I didn't see your reply mate.

    Too be honest Rene the stamps are too far gone to read properly, all of my Holden made stuff is stamped GMH but this actually looks like the word Holden, and I can't match It with any other wartime manufacturer that I know of. I will send a message to a guy I know who also has a set and see if his are stamped. I'd imagine as they were only made in such small numbers that only one company made these.

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