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Dutch M.1 clones (Model 53) Post them here

Article about: Let me start this topic off with a couple of Dutch examples which were given to me over the years. The various variations in covers, makers and branches which used these make them a speciali

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    Quote by battle gear View Post
    The Dutch M53 has a very smooth finish, I think they should have used a rough textured paint because the camo cover slides off very easy because of the semi gloss smooth finish

    Very good point made BG, your quite right, the DPM cover on the VDN shell,does tend to slide off, if the rubber band moves,complete pain!

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    Just to add further to this thread i have now three different issued M53's with various camo coverings ,one of which looks to be a US cover in origin Dutch M.1 clones (Model 53) Post them hereDutch M.1 clones (Model 53) Post them hereDutch M.1 clones (Model 53) Post them hereDutch M.1 clones (Model 53) Post them hereDutch M.1 clones (Model 53) Post them here
    Regards James

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