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    My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Sun Jun 12, 2011 9:24 am

    Hi Guys.

    This webbing is new to my collection, and the result of a good trade, enjoy Wink




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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Sun Jun 12, 2011 9:25 am


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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Sun Jun 12, 2011 9:26 am

    I'm not to sure if this is the correct position for the gas mask bag, but it looks right!



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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Sun Jun 12, 2011 9:27 am


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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Mk1rceme on Sun Jun 12, 2011 2:59 pm

    Very nice! Even though it is very common to find, I really like the P82 webbing. I was lucky enough to get a huge pile of unissued P82 a while back...it has been fun piecing it all together. Nice when it came with the instruction book...lol!

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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by cobalt545 on Mon Jun 13, 2011 11:04 am

    Easy Gee wrote:I'm not to sure if this is the correct position for the gas mask bag, but it looks right!



    The gas mask carrier actually goes on the left side. Very Happy

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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Mon Jun 13, 2011 2:24 pm

    Mk1rceme wrote:Very nice! Even though it is very common to find, I really like the P82 webbing. I was lucky enough to get a huge pile of unissued P82 a while back...it has been fun piecing it all together. Nice when it came with the instruction book...lol!



    Thanks for looking mate, I did'nt get an instruction book with this cool webbing, but I reckon I could probably work it out, not like Brit 58 Webbing, where it helps to have a degree in Engineering ,just to put it all together Laughing

    Cheers mate Neutral

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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Mon Jun 13, 2011 2:26 pm

    cobalt545 wrote:
    Easy Gee wrote:I'm not to sure if this is the correct position for the gas mask bag, but it looks right!



    The gas mask carrier actually goes on the left side. Very Happy


    Aha, on the left side, thank you very much Mate, that's very useful to know!!! Very Happy

    Thanks again Wink

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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by chevpol on Mon Jun 13, 2011 2:45 pm

    nice webbing

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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:12 pm

    chevpol wrote:nice webbing

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    Thanks Mark.

    I like em' a lot Wink

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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:15 pm

    After re-arranging following cobalts advice, here it is again for your veiwing pleasure, thanks for looking Wink



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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:18 pm

    Sorry in my haste to post this webbing, I forgot to ask, what these webbing straps are for, every pouch has them, the butt pack has VERY long straps on the inside, I can't work out for they're for, your help would be very appreciated Question Wink




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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by chevpol on Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:21 pm

    how are the packs attached to the belt? I like webbing, its another little collecting sideline, addictive!!!!

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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:27 pm

    chevpol wrote:how are the packs attached to the belt? I like webbing, its another little collecting sideline, addictive!!!!

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    Mark, the packs attach with plastic prongs, which clip through brass eylets in the webbing belt, which is then further attached with velcro.I have this pic if it helps, or I could take a close up shot Wink



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    Post by chevpol on Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:31 pm

    A close up shot please mate

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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:39 pm

    chevpol wrote:A close up shot please mate

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    Laughing I thought you might say that, my description was not good I guess , no worries Mate.




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    Post by Easy Gee on Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:39 pm




    Wink






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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by chevpol on Mon Jun 13, 2011 4:05 pm

    thats great mate, cheers!

    What a weird way of locating the pouches, I would imagine that they were/are prone to breaking?

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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Tue Jun 14, 2011 2:23 pm

    chevpol wrote:thats great mate, cheers!

    What a weird way of locating the pouches, I would imagine that they were/are prone to breaking?

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    No worries Mark, glad to be of assistance Very Happy

    I reckon your right, some of the plastic prongs are already broken off, but once in place they are very secure Wink

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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by cobalt545 on Wed Jun 22, 2011 1:44 pm

    Easy Gee wrote:Sorry in my haste to post this webbing, I forgot to ask, what these webbing straps are for, every pouch has them, the butt pack has VERY long straps on the inside, I can't work out for they're for, your help would be very appreciated Question Wink




    The straps inside the mag pouches are for quickly pulling the mags out when reloading. The mags are rather snug inside the pouch. When you open the pouch you then pull up the strap and it brings the mag up high enough to get a good grip on it. Comes in very handy when you have thick gloves on in the arctic.

    The butt pack has a long strap inside so that it can be slung over the shoulder seperate fom the webbing. If you look at the outside of the butt pack there is a buckle on the one side of it. The strap is looped through that buckle so it can be slung.

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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Camo_fiend on Wed Jun 22, 2011 2:03 pm

    Nice webbing, Gary.

    And I echo Mark's sentiment about being addicted to webbing. I bought a half-complete set of South African Pattern 70 webbing at a rock-bottom price, and now a month and some dollars later, I've got a complete set, minus the canteen and ground cover, which I am now actively tracking down. On the up side, it is very well-made kit. Laughing


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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Easy Gee on Sat Jun 25, 2011 2:36 pm

    Camo_fiend wrote:Nice webbing, Gary.

    And I echo Mark's sentiment about being addicted to webbing. I bought a half-complete set of South African Pattern 70 webbing at a rock-bottom price, and now a month and some dollars later, I've got a complete set, minus the canteen and ground cover, which I am now actively tracking down. On the up side, it is very well-made kit. Laughing


    Cheers fellow addict Laughing

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    Re: My 82 Webbing.

    Post by Tyler Flint on Mon Nov 14, 2011 9:39 pm

    Nice Set! Smile

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