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Gulf91
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Yet ANOTHER non issue Desert SAS Windproof Smock.

Post by Gulf91 on Sun Feb 26, 2012 3:12 pm

Sorry guys,i just cannot help myself Sad Sad Sad

Any ideas what the ripstop tunnelled patch is for above the pocket?











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Post by Easy Gee on Sun Feb 26, 2012 4:31 pm

Another nice private purchase Smock rich, very cool Mate.

My theory ( based on experience) would be a LED/ IR light.

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Re: Yet ANOTHER non issue Desert SAS Windproof Smock.

Post by Gulf91 on Sun Feb 26, 2012 4:34 pm

How would that work/look Gary?

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Re: Yet ANOTHER non issue Desert SAS Windproof Smock.

Post by John Brown on Sun Feb 26, 2012 5:19 pm

Could it be for a camelback?

Maybe to hold a radio microphone close to the operator's mouth?
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Re: Yet ANOTHER non issue Desert SAS Windproof Smock.

Post by Tommo on Sun Feb 26, 2012 7:00 pm

For a PRR?
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Re: Yet ANOTHER non issue Desert SAS Windproof Smock.

Post by CollectinSteve on Sun Feb 26, 2012 8:03 pm

Cigar?

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Re: Yet ANOTHER non issue Desert SAS Windproof Smock.

Post by Easy Gee on Mon Feb 27, 2012 4:21 pm

Gulf91 wrote:How would that work/look Gary?


Err slip it in the tube light it up and away you go Laughing

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Re: Yet ANOTHER non issue Desert SAS Windproof Smock.

Post by John Brown on Mon Feb 27, 2012 7:10 pm

Tommo wrote:For a PRR?
Dunno if this was addressed to me, but here is what I'm talking about:


I've seen some non-US soldiers thread their mikes through their epaulets, so as to be closer to their mouths. Figured the loop on this jacket might be something more customized for that purpose.

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Re: Yet ANOTHER non issue Desert SAS Windproof Smock.

Post by Gulf91 on Tue Feb 28, 2012 3:57 am

Easy Gee wrote:
Gulf91 wrote:How would that work/look Gary?


Err slip it in the tube light it up and away you go Laughing

Yes Gary,but wouldnt that be pointing left or right and not forwards?
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Re: Yet ANOTHER non issue Desert SAS Windproof Smock.

Post by Easy Gee on Tue Feb 28, 2012 4:37 pm

Gulf91 wrote:
Easy Gee wrote:
Gulf91 wrote:How would that work/look Gary?


Err slip it in the tube light it up and away you go Laughing

Yes Gary,but wouldnt that be pointing left or right and not forwards?


Aha, not if you were standing sideways, you didn't think of that did you...oh alright I've no idea mate Wink

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Re: Yet ANOTHER non issue Desert SAS Windproof Smock.

Post by Gulf91 on Wed Feb 29, 2012 3:34 am

Easy Gee wrote:
Gulf91 wrote:
Easy Gee wrote:
Gulf91 wrote:How would that work/look Gary?


Err slip it in the tube light it up and away you go Laughing

Yes Gary,but wouldnt that be pointing left or right and not forwards?


Aha, not if you were standing sideways, you didn't think of that did you...oh alright I've no idea mate Wink

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Re: Yet ANOTHER non issue Desert SAS Windproof Smock.

Post by sobota on Wed Feb 29, 2012 1:14 pm

I doubt it would be for a prr mic, perhaps as a cable tidy though because somtimes that wire can flop about and get in the way? A camelbak is plausable but after that im stumped!
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Re: Yet ANOTHER non issue Desert SAS Windproof Smock.

Post by Easy Gee on Wed Feb 29, 2012 4:04 pm

Gulf91 wrote:
Easy Gee wrote:
Gulf91 wrote:
Easy Gee wrote:
Gulf91 wrote:How would that work/look Gary?


Err slip it in the tube light it up and away you go Laughing

Yes Gary,but wouldnt that be pointing left or right and not forwards?


Aha, not if you were standing sideways, you didn't think of that did you...oh alright I've no idea mate Wink

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Err Yeah, sorry about my completely useless and unfounded theory on this addition Rich Embarassed Laughing

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