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    Richmond VA
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    Collecting real or repro US Army Surplus from roughly 56-82 as well as French and European camo. Collecting records, and screen printing.
  1. Thats what I was thinking myself. Heck, can't beat it for five bucks. Thanks for all the responses.
  2. Thats the main reason why I grabbed them. I thought they looked a little different which is a big reason why I pick some stuff up sometimes. Now to just figure out what exactly they are....
  3. The only shame is the missing cargo pocket...
  4. I've had this for about five years or so and I've never been able to quite figure out their country or origin. I'm not sure if they're Thai or Viet made ERDL pants(Or hunting pants for that matter). They almost look to be made out of HBT. Any ideas?
  5. Im not sure either, because the Navy also has a green version and a desert version for SEALS and Seabeas. Anyone in ground combat has different uniforms.....Ah, tax money well spent.
  6. Thats pretty amazing stuff. You rarely ever hear about that as the reason behind the hand cammos.
  7. Some of those look in country made. Especially the SF and a couple of the Ranger and one Airborne tab.
  8. The one on the bottom right hand corner above the bar is a WW2 Victory medal and I think the two red ones with the stars and the one with the palm leaf are French, I just cant think of the name of the medal at the moment.
  9. Thats a pretty nice Mid 70's jacket you got there.
  10. Yeah, That would be it. Jeff does good work from what I've seen.
  11. I don't think Moore Militaria would be the source of this one. I know there is a guy who makes custom "in country" patches for rein-actors and collectors. I can't think of the name off the top of my head.
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