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    Sticky: These gents on WAF have done a great job on...

    These gents on WAF have done a great job on researching the Austrian KAZ57/59 garments. It's a real credit to all involved and worth a look.
    1959 austrian camo parka & trousers -...
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    Sticky: Cheers for that William1. Appreciate the info re...

    Cheers for that William1. Appreciate the info re the tags. Also thanks to you Gunny re the Austrian smock. I always thought it was a armoured crew garment.
    Later fella's
    Dave
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    Sticky: My pile of late 60's to early 2000's Brit kit. ...

    My pile of late 60's to early 2000's Brit kit.

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    Someone please help me....... :) :) :) :)
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    Sticky: A couple more Brit packs Rucksack Other Arms...

    A couple more Brit packs

    Rucksack Other Arms 94',

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    Rucksack Radio Carrier 95'

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    Sticky: Same concept as the WW2 Brit tankers "Pixie Suit"...

    Same concept as the WW2 Brit tankers "Pixie Suit" re the extraction straps.
    I thought all these Austria covers were tank suits but I may be incorrect on that.
    Here's mine,

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    No...
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    Sticky: Great pick-up Rene cool militaria Very nice mate.

    Great pick-up Rene cool militaria
    Very nice mate.
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    Sticky: Maybe an early hydration bladder carrier? The...

    Maybe an early hydration bladder carrier? The metal belt slides whilst not the flat PLCE plastic types appear to be belt attachments. Not PLCE not MOLLE. It also doe's not appear to be "home made" or...
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    Sticky: My pleasure indeed :)

    My pleasure indeed :)
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    Sticky: Hi mate, MK6 images as requested Later build as...

    Hi mate,
    MK6 images as requested
    Later build as it has the textured finished shell

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    Canadian ballistics tests 1984 MK6 vs PASGT

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    Sticky: G'day all, Some recently obtained Brit 68...

    G'day all,
    Some recently obtained Brit 68 Pattern kit

    Smock

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    Trousers

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    Sticky: Hahaha yep half the rubbish kit lived in the shed...

    Hahaha yep half the rubbish kit lived in the shed until discharge. :D
    The good old Howard Green cold weather survival baa, cool militaria :rolleyes:

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    I'm the handsome bugger front row...
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    Sticky: Hi Lithgow, The boy's down here were issued a...

    Hi Lithgow,
    The boy's down here were issued a smock tropical when we first collected our kit. Maybe a Tassie issue only due to weather conditions over our winter Mine came complete with internal...
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    Sticky: Hi Gent's Great to see some interest in this the...

    Hi Gent's
    Great to see some interest in this the thread again fella's. cool militaria :)
    It was started to give those interested in modern cam's a place to post their wares as well as a learning...
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    Sticky: Hi Gents, Generation 1 US Army Woodland ECWCS...

    Hi Gents,
    Generation 1 US Army Woodland ECWCS Gore-tex hood.

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    Nothing special :)

    Cheers

    Dave
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    Sticky: That's a cool Boonie Rene. cool militaria Stoked...

    That's a cool Boonie Rene. cool militaria
    Stoked mate :D
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    Sticky: Re: Post 1945 cams

    Good stuff fella's cool militaria
    Cheers
    Dave
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    Sticky: Re: Post 1945 cams

    Some nice stuff there fella,s
    Well done all
    Dave
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    Sticky: Re: Post 1945 cams

    He look's at home Rene.
    Not looking good mate:p
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    Sticky: Re: Post 1945 cams

    Gday fella's
    Some cool kit there guy's.cool militaria
    Can't Tear Em is a vendor of the company I work for but I can't soarce the Gov. contract Auscam's from them,Ive tried :(
    Well done Rene a good...
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    Sticky: Re: Post 1945 cams

    Thats $1.75 well spent Mark.cool militaria
    Good on ya mate.
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    Sticky: Re: Post 1945 cams

    Paid $8.00 US for this one.
    Here's a link
    Army Navy Outfitters Military Surplus Clothing Army Navy Store Military Uniform Accessories Military Clothing - Uncle Sams Army Navy Outfitters
    Cheers...
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    Sticky: Re: Post 1945 cams

    Gday fellla's,
    A Swiss reversable lid cover in Splittermuster and M18-40 Sumpmuster patterns.
    I believe these were made between 1940 and 1955.This example has no tag,s or stenciling.
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    Sticky: Re: Post 1945 cams

    Some nice kit there fellas.
    Cheers for the link Mark.
    Have a good one.
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    Sticky: Re: Post 1945 cams

    Most excellent Ralph.
    A lovely addition to any cam collection mate.
    Hard to find CADPAT at the best of times so your "X" garments are something special.
    Thanks for posting them.
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    Sticky: Re: Post 1945 cams

    Cheers Mark they are excellent.cool militaria I'm drooling over that jacket mate, a big puddles forming at my feet.
    Possibly the best temperate climate pattern to date hay.
    Very very nice kit....
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