As I mentioned in the original thread there were additional bits to go along with two load-bearing sets I profiled. I've gone through the boxes and have taken some additional photos, inserted below. It was suggested to me that I add a watermark to the images, so I have done so. All of this appears un-issued.
There are no labels on any of the pieces, and in addition to the nylon components there are a couple of bags of 'rivets'. I have reached out to find out more about how this gear came to be in Alberta, but nothing to report there yet. So, to the photos.
There's actually another (third) load-bearing set, this one again in the brown, but as you can see from the photo - one of the mounting points for the shoulder harness is made up of the camo material.
While most of what I have is in this brown (and there are some colour variations in that brown) There is a bit more of the camo kit - pouches.
To the brown nylon gear, then. First, there are two packs - of two different styles.
Pack #1 (the larger of the two)
Pack #2 (slightly smaller)
And there are a range of pouches - multiples of each in many cases. These are in generic plastic bags but labelled to indicate they are canteen covers, grenade pouches or magazine pouches (.223, 7.62 and AK-47)
So, some mystery remains. I'd welcome any additional information and will share anything else I can turn up regarding its history with the previous owner(s).