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(Identification) British P37 ... carrier?

Article about: Hello! Im trying to help a friend identify a piece of what i believe to be British P37 equipment used to carry heavier items on the back, such as ammunition or water cans. It has the british

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    Hello!

    Im trying to help a friend identify a piece of what i believe to be British P37 equipment used to carry heavier items on the back, such as ammunition or water cans. It has the british style webbing with brass ends and attachments.
    Does anyone have the correct designation for this? And what was it actually used for?
    (Identification) British P37 ... carrier?

    Thanks
    Eskil

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    Hello Eskil

    try this website:
    Karkee Web

    cordially
    Didier

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    Hello, and thank you for your suggestion

    Karkee web was the first place i looked when i saw this piece, as its a great resource for all pieces British pattern webbing. Unfortunately i couldn't find it anywhere on their site on P37 or any of the other pre and post war patterns

    I've been pondering about it some more, and the lack of British proof marks or any other markings leads me to believe this could be some kind of post war Danish, Belgian or Dutch webbing, as they all adopted some kind of british style equipment after the war. Again, I've been looking through the equipment of all those countries, but no results yet unfortunately. The side reinforcements around the piece also gives me American vibes as its similar to their canteen covers, though im not aware of the US adopting any British style webbings.

    I've received a few more images of the piece. Hopefully this helps

    (Identification) British P37 ... carrier?
    (Identification) British P37 ... carrier?
    (Identification) British P37 ... carrier?
    (Identification) British P37 ... carrier?
    (Identification) British P37 ... carrier?

    Any help is appreciated

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    Kind of reminds me of this piece of Australian kit I'm yet to identify as well!

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    Looks like it could be a carrier for the A41 (US AN/PRC-10) Radio set. Design almost Identical to US ST-120 Harness for same radio
    (Identification) British P37 ... carrier?
    (Identification) British P37 ... carrier?

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