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 stof
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I thought this might be a good idea,my list of things to bring is getting bigger,
Springer 1911 for Fremsley
MG34 lookalike
feldgrau M43 for AWS
Complete Gordon Highlanders loadout
bag of loan/sell gear,helmets hats etc.
Enfield No.4 for Thompy
Thompson
2 x bloody great big parachutes

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Topic starter Posted : 28/08/2010 7:34 am




Steiner
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Yes, my list is also getting a bit large. :roll:

MP40 and accessories for Razorlight
FJ gear for PeteB
M35 Stahlhelm, gasmask cannister, Y-straps for Steinlager's pal
Feldgrau trousers for Alan.


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Posted : 28/08/2010 9:34 am




dadio
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in the play rules it mentions bandages ,are we meant to bring our own re-spawn medic bandage?

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Posted : 28/08/2010 10:24 am




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"BADGES!! WE DONT NEED NO STINKING BADGES !!
(oh BANDAGES ,,,,,

sorry, thought you said badges :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: )

a bit of blazing saddles came in. :rofl:

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Posted : 28/08/2010 10:33 am




JD7
 JD7
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"BADGES!! WE DONT NEED NO STINKING BADGES !!
(oh BANDAGES ,,,,,

sorry, thought you said badges :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: )

a bit of blazing saddles came in. :rofl:

:rofl: :rofl: Made me chuckle thanks Nige

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Posted : 28/08/2010 10:53 am




fremsley
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Virtually every WW2 bit of kit i have - plus officers whistle to warn of Gas attack and for Forlorn Hope charges!

Flags - Union and red cross - anyone got a flagpole?

Shell dressing bag containing restorative cognac and rum hip flask for the wounded.

Must not forget pink Gin etc for officers mess - ORs of course welcome in such arduous times!

DVDs for evening 'went the day well' and 'it happened here'

I'm a hero with coward's legs.

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Posted : 28/08/2010 2:49 pm




Hänschen klein
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Bandages I hope they arn`t going to be used as they were at Battle for Brittany :?:

The French were waving them around like White flags or surrender

Still nothing changes :rofl:





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Posted : 28/08/2010 5:31 pm




Hurrah
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Bandages I hope they arn`t going to be used as they were at Battle for Brittany :?:

The French were waving them around like White flags or surrender

Still nothing changes :rofl:

we was only trying to lure you into a trap! :P

To the tune of "Mademoiselle from Armentières"

Napoleons army ran away, As you do
The guard stood firm for Frances Pride, As you do
They said the guard will stand and die
But we heard what their Colonel cried
It wasn't pretty I tell you.


Resistance is fertile

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Posted : 30/08/2010 8:08 pm




Zero Bravo
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I will try to make provision for those who don't have any but it would be best if people brought their own. Personally I consider a suitable comfy bandage for hit indication as much part of my loadout as any other thing. It's also worth working out the best place to keep it. I remember at Jedburgh struggling to get my bandage from my breadbag, with Marsha heading towards me to "Sani" me, whilst under fire, thinking I really need to make this more accessable. If the enemy has you pinned and an ally is trying to save you, you should at least be ready to be saved!




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Posted : 30/08/2010 8:16 pm




Peiper
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Bandages I hope they arn`t going to be used as they were at Battle for Brittany :?:

The French were waving them around like White flags or surrender

Still nothing changes :rofl:

we was only trying to lure you into a trap! :P

Yeah beware of surrendering frenchmen they end up taking you prisoner and using you as a human shield!

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Posted : 30/08/2010 8:21 pm




(@kroot)
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And? :rofl:

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Posted : 31/08/2010 9:34 am




Wraith666
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I will try to make provision for those who don't have any but it would be best if people brought their own. Personally I consider a suitable comfy bandage for hit indication as much part of my loadout as any other thing. It's also worth working out the best place to keep it. I remember at Jedburgh struggling to get my bandage from my breadbag, with Marsha heading towards me to "Sani" me, whilst under fire, thinking I really need to make this more accessable. If the enemy has you pinned and an ally is trying to save you, you should at least be ready to be saved!

Left hand MP40 magazine pouch has that little pouch on it, I find that is the best place to put it with one end just sticking out so that it can be pulled out in a hurry. :good:

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"What, you started it!"
"We did NOT start it!"
"Yes you did, you invaded Poland..."

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Posted : 31/08/2010 10:05 am




Boshman
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I will try to make provision for those who don't have any but it would be best if people brought their own. Personally I consider a suitable comfy bandage for hit indication as much part of my loadout as any other thing. It's also worth working out the best place to keep it. I remember at Jedburgh struggling to get my bandage from my breadbag, with Marsha heading towards me to "Sani" me, whilst under fire, thinking I really need to make this more accessable. If the enemy has you pinned and an ally is trying to save you, you should at least be ready to be saved!

Left hand MP40 magazine pouch has that little pouch on it, I find that is the best place to put it with one end just sticking out so that it can be pulled out in a hurry. :good:

Why not put it in the field dressing pocket on the inside of the front of your tunic? I havn't seen a repro german tunic yet that doesn't have one and after all that is what it is for! :whistle: :giggle:

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Adolf Hitler, November 1942

"Comrades, Red Army men, commanders and political workers, men and women guerrillas! It is on your perseverance, staunchness, fighting skill and readiness to discharge your duty to the country that the defeat of the German-fascist army and the liberation of the Soviet land from the Hitlerite invaders depend! We can and must clear the Soviet land of Hitlerite vermin."
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