Uniform Requirements

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Uniform Requirements

Postby Lardassmonkey » Thu Mar 28, 2013 7:55 pm

Germans
Pioneer Battalion of the 269th Infantry Division, 41st Panzer Corp.
This is a Heer only battle, so no SS or FJ I'm afraid. Any fieldgrey uniform acceptable including SS but please make an effort to cover any SS insignia (e.g. scarf over the colllar, rank schevron or bandage over the arm eagle). If you have pioneer equipment and insignia then this is the chance to use it! However it is not a requirement and standard infantry equipment & inisignia is fine.
Splinter A smocks and helmet covers are allowed but please keep camouflage to a minimum where possible. No sumpfmuster, LW or SS camo. No M43 caps. Helmets are prefered; any non FJ model is fine.

Soviets
527th Rifle Regiment, 118th Rifle division, Kingisepp Defence Sector, LOG.
The Soviet Obr35 uniform is the preferred choice but the Obr43 is acceptable along with look alikes. Subdued or full colour infantry insignia is fine as it is 1941. This is a Summer battle so ideally no padded uniforms or Ushankas in game please (fine for evening wear). Greatcoats are fine however should you choose to wear one in September! Helmets are preferred but pilotkas are ok too. No camouflage uniforms.

Weapons:
Rifles are encouraged so any wood stocked rifle is perfectly fine. Any Soviet or German weapon excluding the Mp44 are allowed. Allied SMGs acceptable if you have no other option.
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Re: Uniform Requirements

Postby cjw957 » Sat Aug 17, 2013 4:44 pm

is there any repro helmet chin straps to make the czech m53 helmet look a bit closer to ww2 russian ?

also what is the correct sort of colour is it close to the usa m1 ?

cheers sorry sort of Soviet noob :)
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