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JaseB
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Are either of these any good for a Heer impression? I like a bit of camo and after just watching Generation War, I am quite taken with it.

I am looking along the lines of a sharpshooter with a low magnification scope. I was thinking the padded one might be a bit too warm for our UK winters.

http://www.sofmilitary.co.uk/splinter-c ... product,70

http://www.sofmilitary.co.uk/german-arm ... duct,18466


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Posted : 19/11/2016 6:26 pm
Hänschen klein
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I would go for the smock not the padded jacket. Smock and a field grey tunic and shirt will be more than enough for our winters. The padded jacket is useful for evening socials when it gets nippy but not much use for running around in.





 
Posted : 20/11/2016 7:51 am
MartinR
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Yes, those padded jackets are incredibly warm, smock is much more practical and a lot cheaper . Heer camo tends to be very late war (if any at all) in any case.

Cheers
Martin

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Posted : 20/11/2016 9:05 am
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