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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by loski on Sun Mar 13, 2011 2:53 pm

    Easy Gee wrote:Poncho roll now added ,all complete Very Happy




    looking good boet

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Sun Mar 13, 2011 3:56 pm

    loski wrote:
    Easy Gee wrote:Poncho roll now added ,all complete Very Happy






    looking good boet


    Thanks Graham.

    I can rest easy,now it's all complete Laughing




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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Camo_fiend on Sun Mar 13, 2011 11:39 pm

    How did I consistently miss this thread?!? scratch
    Great sets that everyone's posted up!
    Gary, is there a variant of British gear you don't have in your collection yet? lol!
    Although one can never have too much kit!


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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Mon Mar 14, 2011 4:37 pm

    Camo_fiend wrote:How did I consistently miss this thread?!? scratch
    Great sets that everyone's posted up!
    Gary, is there a variant of British gear you don't have in your collection yet? lol!
    Although one can never have too much kit!



    No worries Mate... Smile


    Let me see, what don't I have in my collection, I'm still in the process of trying to catorgise it all ( yes I am that much of a Geek, I 've even created an Excel database Rolling Eyes Laughing )

    Thing is Ben,I'm so finicky ,I start collecting one era,then get bored ,start on another,come back to it....I give myself a headache sometimes...I do have more 60's /70's era kit to show..I just gotta dig it out of storage Laughing

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Camo_fiend on Mon Mar 14, 2011 5:13 pm

    Easy Gee wrote:I 've even created an Excel database
    You've done what I need to do... I'm starting to accumulate enough kit, that I actually do have trouble remembering exactly what I have and where I put it. Laughing


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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Mon Mar 14, 2011 5:20 pm

    Camo_fiend wrote:
    Easy Gee wrote:I 've even created an Excel database
    You've done what I need to do... I'm starting to accumulate enough kit, that I actually do have trouble remembering exactly what I have and where I put it. Laughing



    Hey Ben , Good evening Mate,it's not often were going "Live" on the forum Laughing

    The amount of kit situaction was doing my head in ,so I thought one Sunday,I would start to work out exactly what I do actually have hence the ,data -base Laughing


    Yesterday,I found a 37 pattern large pack,and a fairly rare gas mask bag in the bottom ,of my wife's wardrobe...now I have to add these things to my database...god,where will it ever end Rolling Eyes Laughing

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Camo_fiend on Mon Mar 14, 2011 5:24 pm

    I hope your wife doesn't accuse you of stowing your stuff in her wardrobe due to a lack of space and try to stop you buying more gear! lol!
    I wish I could go rummage and find something else I forgot I had. I guess in due time, that'll be a possibility.


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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Mon Mar 14, 2011 6:29 pm

    Camo_fiend wrote:I hope your wife doesn't accuse you of stowing your stuff in her wardrobe due to a lack of space and try to stop you buying more gear! lol!
    I wish I could go rummage and find something else I forgot I had. I guess in due time, that'll be a possibility.



    Nah, mate,she understands my storage area needs,actually she was the one who said that she has found a couple of bag's in her wardrobe, of course my eye's rolled,thinking "here we go again" more crappy handbags she forgot she had,and it turned out to be my crappy bags instead..yippeee bonus..forget I had them Laughing

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Guessologist on Mon Mar 14, 2011 8:22 pm

    Easy Gee wrote:
    Camo_fiend wrote:I hope your wife doesn't accuse you of stowing your stuff in her wardrobe due to a lack of space and try to stop you buying more gear! lol!
    I wish I could go rummage and find something else I forgot I had. I guess in due time, that'll be a possibility.



    Nah, mate,she understands my storage area needs,actually she was the one who said that she has found a couple of bag's in her wardrobe, of course my eye's rolled,thinking "here we go again" more crappy handbags she forgot she had,and it turned out to be my crappy bags instead..yippeee bonus..forget I had them Laughing

    Gary,
    Thats great...funny too. It still amazes me that people forget they have all this stuff thats been secreted away somewhere. I'm sure that a lot of collectors out there have a similar story they can tell.

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Tue Mar 15, 2011 2:46 pm

    Guessologist wrote:
    Easy Gee wrote:
    Camo_fiend wrote:I hope your wife doesn't accuse you of stowing your stuff in her wardrobe due to a lack of space and try to stop you buying more gear! lol!
    I wish I could go rummage and find something else I forgot I had. I guess in due time, that'll be a possibility.



    Nah, mate,she understands my storage area needs,actually she was the one who said that she has found a couple of bag's in her wardrobe, of course my eye's rolled,thinking "here we go again" more crappy handbags she forgot she had,and it turned out to be my crappy bags instead..yippeee bonus..forget I had them Laughing

    Gary,
    Thats great...funny too. It still amazes me that people forget they have all this stuff thats been secreted away somewhere. I'm sure that a lot of collectors out there have a similar story they can tell.

    Cheers,
    Ben (the other one).


    Thanks Ben.

    I reckon we've all got kit stuffed here there and everywhere, especially if like me it's not just in one area... Wink

    What I'd really like to find some day is a box of cash...now that would be a good day Laughing

    Tell you what Mate,you have a look about your place,I'll do the same ,let's see what we come up with......... Very Happy

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Camo_fiend on Tue Mar 15, 2011 3:00 pm

    I might be able to scrounge up some loose change recovered from between my couch cushions to contribute to the fund. Laughing


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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Guessologist on Wed Mar 16, 2011 3:31 am

    I'll see your loose change and raise you some cookie crumbs....and a pen lid.


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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by chevpol on Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:51 am



    here is my 58 pattern webbing, complete with spade (you can also have a pick as well, thats bl***y uncomfortable!)

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Wed Mar 16, 2011 5:52 pm

    Camo_fiend wrote:I might be able to scrounge up some loose change recovered from between my couch cushions to contribute to the fund. Laughing


    Ben, change is cool,NOTES are better Laughing

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Wed Mar 16, 2011 5:54 pm

    Guessologist wrote:I'll see your loose change and raise you some cookie crumbs....and a pen lid.


    Cheers,
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    lol! Good one!!

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Wed Mar 16, 2011 5:58 pm

    chevpol wrote:

    here is my 58 pattern webbing, complete with spade (you can also have a pick as well, thats bl***y uncomfortable!)

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    Very nice Mark,very nice indeed Cool

    Good job the MOD did away with these spades,and introduced the little fold away jobbies,I know what I would prefer to hump about Wink

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by loski on Wed Mar 16, 2011 8:12 pm

    That is a nice set of 58 patt an yeh i rember those spades they used to be bloody horrid when you sat down an yeh the pick was horrendous lol

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Gulf91 on Fri May 13, 2011 3:54 pm

    If you are still after any 44patt,37patt or even 58patt please get in touch as over the years i seem to have somehow hoarded a fair bit of it-DAMMN this collecting lark is seriously addictive!!!

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Gulf91 on Wed Jul 06, 2011 6:02 pm

    Nice set there Gary,now you will have to find a set of EARLY 58ptt Laughing

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Fri Jul 08, 2011 2:29 pm

    Gulf91 wrote:Nice set there Gary,now you will have to find a set of EARLY 58ptt Laughing


    Very good point Rich, some of this set is mine from the Army, the rest was sourced from Surplus stores to complete the set.

    Most of it dates to the mid to late 80's, well spotted that man Laughing

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Gulf91 on Fri Jul 08, 2011 2:47 pm

    Easy Gee wrote:
    Gulf91 wrote:Nice set there Gary,now you will have to find a set of EARLY 58ptt Laughing


    Very good point Rich, some of this set is mine from the Army, the rest was sourced from Surplus stores to complete the set.

    Most of it dates to the mid to late 80's, well spotted that man Laughing

    The early stuff is very collectible and hard to come by.

    Yoke,large pack,ammo pouches and waterbottle carrier are slightly different to the later more common stuff.

    What regiment were you in Gary?

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

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    The early stuff is very collectible and hard to come by.

    Yoke,large pack,ammo pouches and waterbottle carrier are slightly different to the later more common stuff.

    What regiment were you in Gary?[/quote]


    Good info, I will keep my eyes peeled for the earlier stuff...

    Oh, and R.C.T Wink

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Gulf91 on Sat Jul 09, 2011 1:23 pm

    Easy Gee wrote:




    The early stuff is very collectible and hard to come by.

    Yoke,large pack,ammo pouches and waterbottle carrier are slightly different to the later more common stuff.

    What regiment were you in Gary?


    Good info, I will keep my eyes peeled for the earlier stuff...

    Oh, and R.C.T Wink [/quote]

    R.C.T,what period Gary if you dont mind me asking?

    As for the early 58 patt- i have a few bits over the years but have now given up as its so rare.

    What i used to do is buy sets of the damn stuff in the hope that there was an old patt bit with it but not much luck and the downside is i now have around 7-8 sets of the damn stuff Shocked Shocked

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Sat Jul 09, 2011 3:28 pm


    R.C.T,what period Gary if you dont mind me asking?

    As for the early 58 patt- i have a few bits over the years but have now given up as its so rare.

    What i used to do is buy sets of the damn stuff in the hope that there was an old patt bit with it but not much luck and the downside is i now have around 7-8 sets of the damn stuff Shocked Shocked [/quote]


    Hi.

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    I believe my local surplus store has some early stuff, I will have to check it out......flippin' addictive this kit is you know Laughing

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    Re: 58 Pattern Webbing.

    Post by Gulf91 on Sat Jul 09, 2011 3:32 pm

    Easy Gee wrote:
    R.C.T,what period Gary if you dont mind me asking?

    As for the early 58 patt- i have a few bits over the years but have now given up as its so rare.

    What i used to do is buy sets of the damn stuff in the hope that there was an old patt bit with it but not much luck and the downside is i now have around 7-8 sets of the damn stuff Shocked Shocked


    Hi.

    86-90.

    I believe my local surplus store has some early stuff, I will have to check it out......flippin' addictive this kit is you know Laughing [/quote]

    Hmm,if they have loads please keep me in mind Very Happy Very Happy

    Just missed out on one early ammo pouch Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad

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