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Ordinance Tan equipment

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    I really like that tan colour. A nice departe from the usual fare

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    Let's see if we can revive this thread,

    Here is another ordinance tan canister I got at an auction a few weeks back. Unfortunately no gas mask came with it.

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    Hi

    Nice idea for a thread.

    Here comes my contribution................sadly some of these items have now found new homes.............only to be replaced by other things !

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    cheers

    Tony

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    Nice stuff Tony

    Love the 18 Liter bottle... I have some original straps for it of you still have it

    Here some stuff of mine .... pictures are from like 10 years ago

    Different shades of tan

    Jerry cans

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    and even different shades of tan on one can

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    and some other things..... PZfaust is a repaint

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    5 and 10 Liter Wasserkannister (next to a Sandrik kannister)

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    and my 18 Liter

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    tan Dienstglas with brown container

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    and a more recent picture, my tan FF33

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    and a very recent find... for 15 euro

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    only tan so far for me is this 1939 alu MG box:

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    Please forgive me folks as a don't want to sound pedantic, i thought ordinance tan was the term for the postwar refurbished German helmets. Should the colour be described as dunkelgelb or a similar shade?
    Great thread by the way!...
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    I think the term Dunkelgelb is right as Gunny has stated,anyway here is my contribution.

    Martin
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    This is all I can contribute in the TAN department Jason - a 1943 NIRONA made Kanister. Came from Germany last year but don't know where it had been - everyone assumes DAK but that is unlikely. Still, I like it, hope others do.
    Cheers, Dan
    Quite a lot of tan equipment is found in Russia/Eastern Front I have had one exactly like yours Dan. From Rzhew "Meat Grinder".

    Regards, Lars

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