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    My ABL Collection

    Post by BringMeOurFlag on Mon Apr 26, 2010 2:54 pm

    I have some ABL items, A part of my dad's uniform, and some other stuff.


    This is my whole ABL (and after world war 2) Collection.

    NOTE: There is marked Collection of Bring Me Hells Fire, and on other pictures Collection of U.S. Amry, That's me! I'm to lazy to change the names. Those 2 nicknames are nicknames on other forums.



    More info -> please post a reaction! x)

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    Re: My ABL Collection

    Post by BringMeOurFlag on Mon Apr 26, 2010 2:59 pm



    A nice Para commando Jacked, nice dated.

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    Re: My ABL Collection

    Post by BringMeOurFlag on Mon Apr 26, 2010 3:00 pm


    A pair of Combat Boots...

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    Re: My ABL Collection

    Post by bond007a1 on Tue Apr 27, 2010 4:38 am

    VERY NICE collection you have there!!! THANKS for sharing them with us Very Happy

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    Re: My ABL Collection

    Post by BringMeOurFlag on Tue Apr 27, 2010 3:22 pm

    bond007a1 wrote:VERY NICE collection you have there!!! THANKS for sharing them with us Very Happy

    Steven
    Thanks!

    But I still more to add x)

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    Re: My ABL Collection

    Post by BringMeOurFlag on Fri Sep 10, 2010 3:06 pm

    Long time a go I started to post my ABL collection, but I got more now!


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    Re: My ABL Collection

    Post by BringMeOurFlag on Fri Sep 10, 2010 3:06 pm


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    Re: My ABL Collection

    Post by BringMeOurFlag on Fri Sep 10, 2010 3:35 pm


    can someone please tell me what kind of pattern form this trouser have?

    It is a para commando trouser, I think it is English...

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    Re: My ABL Collection

    Post by BringMeOurFlag on Fri Sep 10, 2010 3:37 pm



    Some items with the same pattern... this canteen holder... with a pistol belt

    with what kind of system of hooks is it hanged up to the belt?

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    Re: My ABL Collection

    Post by Camo_fiend on Fri Sep 10, 2010 6:17 pm

    BringMeOurFlag wrote:
    can someone please tell me what kind of pattern form this trouser have?

    It is a para commando trouser, I think it is English...
    Those are Belgian flecktarn trousers. The pattern is very similar to German flecktarn, but the blobs are slightly larger.

    More info HERE.


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    Re: My ABL Collection

    Post by BringMeOurFlag on Sat Sep 11, 2010 6:14 am

    Camo_fiend wrote:
    BringMeOurFlag wrote:
    can someone please tell me what kind of pattern form this trouser have?

    It is a para commando trouser, I think it is English...
    Those are Belgian flecktarn trousers. The pattern is very similar to German flecktarn, but the blobs are slightly larger.

    More info HERE.
    hi, thanks,

    but aren't they English? I thought sow with the arrow on the label...

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    Re: My ABL Collection

    Post by misanthropic_gods on Sat Sep 11, 2010 6:54 am

    BringMeOurFlag wrote:
    Camo_fiend wrote:
    BringMeOurFlag wrote:
    can someone please tell me what kind of pattern form this trouser have?

    It is a para commando trouser, I think it is English...
    Those are Belgian flecktarn trousers. The pattern is very similar to German flecktarn, but the blobs are slightly larger.

    More info HERE.
    hi, thanks,

    but aren't they English? I thought sow with the arrow on the label...

    They are Belgian, just as Camo_Fiend said, similar to German flecktarn but with bigger dots.

    Just because there is an arrow does not mean that they are British, the Brits actually use a specific arrow shape, called a "Broad Arrow". It looks like this

    Also, Seyntex does not make any British kit to my knowledge. However, they DO make Dutch kit in DPM (That some brits sometimes get away with using on FTX's Wink) as well as different items many other European Nations (ie: Denmark, Norway, Germany, etc...) use.


    Hope I was able to explain it well enough!

    Take care,
    MG


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    Re: My ABL Collection

    Post by BringMeOurFlag on Sat Sep 11, 2010 12:48 pm

    misanthropic_gods wrote:
    BringMeOurFlag wrote:
    Camo_fiend wrote:
    BringMeOurFlag wrote:
    can someone please tell me what kind of pattern form this trouser have?

    It is a para commando trouser, I think it is English...
    Those are Belgian flecktarn trousers. The pattern is very similar to German flecktarn, but the blobs are slightly larger.

    More info HERE.
    hi, thanks,

    but aren't they English? I thought sow with the arrow on the label...

    They are Belgian, just as Camo_Fiend said, similar to German flecktarn but with bigger dots.

    Just because there is an arrow does not mean that they are British, the Brits actually use a specific arrow shape, called a "Broad Arrow". It looks like this

    Also, Seyntex does not make any British kit to my knowledge. However, they DO make Dutch kit in DPM (That some brits sometimes get away with using on FTX's Wink) as well as different items many other European Nations (ie: Denmark, Norway, Germany, etc...) use.


    Hope I was able to explain it well enough!

    Take care,
    MG

    Ow, i see!

    thanks for information!

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    Re: My ABL Collection

    Post by CollectinSteve on Mon Sep 13, 2010 1:11 am

    There are actually 2 versions of Belgian Flecktarn. One is 100% identical to the Bundeswehr pattern, but with slightly brighter colors. The other is a larger version similar to the Bundeswehr's experimental TruVsu 76 pattern. I've not put the Belgian and German large Flectktarn together side by side (I have both) for comparison, but I don't think they are identical.

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