MOD PLOD , MOD police outfit

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    bravo_2_zero
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    MOD PLOD , MOD police outfit

    Post by bravo_2_zero on Sun Sep 08, 2013 11:13 am





    MOD police issue , not SAS, SBS, OR2, SEAL etc. that some eBay sellers who end with 1971 would tell you they are.

    Made from polyamide blend , jackets same as army wind proof but added radio mic loops, trousers same as army but added extra pocket to carry torch or batten ( long thin internal pocket ).

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    Re: MOD PLOD , MOD police outfit

    Post by Easy Gee on Sun Oct 06, 2013 1:26 pm

    Very cool mate, good point not SAS but there are plenty of sellers who would claim they are.

    Bad sellers you know who you are!!!!!!!!!

    Makes me wonder how many buyers get suckered in by these!

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    Re: MOD PLOD , MOD police outfit

    Post by loski on Mon Oct 07, 2013 6:59 am

    Here is the black kit I use for work in the private security industry



    My smock is a webtex copy of a SAS smock in ripstop fabric with knited cuffs and no ziped pockets in the chest or radio loops I have replaced the draw cord with an elastic one and a press stud at the bottom of the zip and a couple of pockets to the upper sleeves



    The shirts are ACU copys made by Mil-tec I found the chest pocket too small so I had them replaced with some larger ones and an epulatte ala PCS, The pockets for padding has been removed from the lower sleeves as has the pen pocket from the left lower sleeve, the upper sleeve pockets have been left in place. The trousers are the standard MOD Plod version with an internal batton pocket on the right side, the creases in the front and back of the legs have been permantly sewn in cos Im lazy and do'nt like iorning. One thing I do about every 5 or 6 months is run them throgh the washing machine with a couple of packets of black dye as they tend to fade out when used and washed regularly.


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