Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby _rich_ » Sat Nov 10, 2012 1:37 pm

Shoot & Scoot bren Mk ? (SOLD)+ french buckle boots (size 8 ) & some other bits & bobs . :good:
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby rifleman6925 » Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:34 pm

Have got a pair of FJ wool trousers, 2 x Heer Tunics (1 badged SNCO), oakleaf over smock, oakleaf trousers and tunic, grey hbt trousers all for the xl gent. Heer splinter cap and various insignia and combat awards. Also a Luger with 2 leak free mags, a hard shell holster, splinter zelt & straps, militaire binos and case for sale if anyone is interested.


1. Zelt and straps have now been spoken for.
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Gunman » Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:54 pm

This is looking great guys. Make sure your labels have on them:
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby bear » Mon Nov 12, 2012 8:46 pm

I will have a WW2 dated shelter half if anyone would be interested? Let me know though because i probably won't bother brining it if no ones interested, this is because I'm car sharing and don't want to being any excess baggage.
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Deinhardt » Mon Nov 12, 2012 8:51 pm

Just to add that I'll have an iron cross and silver wound badge up for grabs (both nick morigi so excellent quality) wound badge a tenner, and the iron cross for £15, call it twenty quid for both :good:
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby marsha » Tue Nov 13, 2012 9:48 am

Damit all this stuff which I really and I don't get paid till the week after
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Komrade » Tue Nov 13, 2012 6:05 pm

If anyone has a pair of utility straps used to attach a water bottle to the '37 webbing i will buy them! Please post on here if you do as otherwise I won't bring the bottle :good:
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby rifleman6925 » Tue Nov 13, 2012 6:35 pm

Komrade wrote:If anyone has a pair of utility straps used to attach a water bottle to the '37 webbing i will buy them! Please post on here if you do as otherwise I won't bring the bottle :good:

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Check the link above, dont know if these are the ones but I am sure someone will tell you
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby McVickers » Tue Nov 13, 2012 6:54 pm

Komrade wrote:If anyone has a pair of utility straps used to attach a water bottle to the '37 webbing i will buy them! Please post on here if you do as otherwise I won't bring the bottle :good:


rifleman6925 wrote:viewtopic.php?f=179&t=15554

Check the link above, dont know if these are the ones but I am sure someone will tell you


Yes, those are utility straps, but they are only ever usually used with the large pack.
You do not need utility straps to attach a waterbottle, and were never designed to be used/attached as such. The waterbottle in it's carrier hangs off of the spare lengths of shoulder brace that extend out from the bottom of your webbing belt (one under one ammo pouch, and one from the back buckles).

If there is not enough length, then you either have the wrong size shoulder braces for your body size, or you're wearing your webbing too low (belt should sit on or just on top of your navel, not under it or around your hips).
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Komrade » Tue Nov 13, 2012 7:43 pm

Cheers for the reply Rifleman, but I stand corrected in that I don't actually need utility straps :oops:

Thank you very much McVickers, I'll see if I can get that sorted tonight. Just out of intrest, what do the straps on the other side do if I have nothing to attach them to? :good:
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby bigkie » Tue Nov 13, 2012 7:58 pm

Komrade wrote:Cheers for the reply Rifleman, but I stand corrected in that I don't actually need utility straps :oops:

Thank you very much McVickers, I'll see if I can get that sorted tonight. Just out of intrest, what do the straps on the other side do if I have nothing to attach them to? :good:


Used to hang the small pack on mate.
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Universal Gunner » Tue Nov 13, 2012 8:47 pm

bigkie wrote:
Komrade wrote:Cheers for the reply Rifleman, but I stand corrected in that I don't actually need utility straps :oops:

Thank you very much McVickers, I'll see if I can get that sorted tonight. Just out of intrest, what do the straps on the other side do if I have nothing to attach them to? :good:


Used to hang the small pack on mate.


Or sometimes the entrenching tool when not worn at the back.
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Lardassmonkey » Tue Nov 13, 2012 9:16 pm

I have an SS M40 uniform and a pair of MP40 pouches I'll bring along.
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby Komrade » Tue Nov 13, 2012 9:31 pm

Cheers guys for the replies regarding my kit, I've now changed almost every strap and it all fits a lot better now :giggle:
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Re: Bring & Buy at The Gothic Line

Postby McVickers » Tue Nov 13, 2012 9:33 pm

bigkie wrote:Used to hang the small pack on mate.


Universal Gunner wrote:Or sometimes the entrenching tool when not worn at the back.


Pictoral descriptions of what Bigkie and Universal Gunner have both so quickly added: :good:

Left-hand view shows small pack being worn on back - Right-hand view shows small pack being "side pack'd" when a large pack is worn on the back. (Entrenching tool carrier not shown but normally worn in-between the small pack and waterbottle, in the right-hand view. It shares use of the two rear straps with the other items).
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Also, to note, the utility straps across the back of the large pack - primarily used to hold your helmet in place when not worn when travelling.

Picture to show alternative location of entrenching tool carrier in place of the small pack, on the side of the webbing set:
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