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The new War room - Part 1 “The combat marine”


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24 minutes ago, MCDUFF said:

Wonderful eye candy Dean! A great tribute to the Army and Marines in the Pacific!


Thankyou my friend 

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sundance

Love the Pacific items - American and Japanese. I don't see a lot of the Japanese stuff in my western NY area but I do keep my searches pretty local.

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On 3/26/2021 at 11:56 AM, sundance said:

Love the Pacific items - American and Japanese. I don't see a lot of the Japanese stuff in my western NY area but I do keep my searches pretty local.


Japanese items in general are pretty difficult to get hold off these days

 

Thanks 

- Dean 

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New setup with the Mud brown hand camouflage ! 
Taken an age to collect this Brown painted field gear, by far the hardest to find 

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ww2collector985

Outstanding, mate!  Your displays never cease to amaze and wonder. 

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1972firebird

Wow! Great collection Dean, I like the USMC full mannequin setups you got there, they are put together just right. Those Camo lids you got there are killer too, makes me jealous! Are they named?

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3 hours ago, 1972firebird said:

Wow! Great collection Dean, I like the USMC full mannequin setups you got there, they are put together just right. Those Camo lids you got there are killer too, makes me jealous! Are they named?


Thanks 

yes most of the lids are named, the hand Camo one is part of the MHS ESB grouping, the other is the William Rogal grouping. The super sixth lid is also named but I’m still trying to read this 

I will crack it one day 

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On 4/17/2021 at 4:19 PM, ww2collector985 said:

Outstanding, mate!  Your displays never cease to amaze and wonder. 


Thankyou my friend 

I really appreciate your input and our talks 

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dmar836

Dean, Any period photos of such hand-camo'd pieces. Really great stuff!

Dave

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2 minutes ago, dmar836 said:

Dean, Any period photos of such hand-camo'd pieces. Really great stuff!

Dave


Hey Dave 

thanks for the kind comments, yes tons of photos. I own several originals also but here is 2 too kick it off 

 

1st is a photo showing a typical dark brown camo and the 2nd photo is a pair of splotch Camo leggings which I also own a pair of 

 

- Dean 

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51 minutes ago, dmar836 said:

Dean, Any period photos of such hand-camo'd pieces. Really great stuff!

Dave


here is a couple more Dave from my photo collection, the marines Garand belt and canteen cover seem to have the early thick brown camo ! 
 

Some of the helmets in the photos with the hand camo are just beautiful. The marine on the right looks to have a hand Camo’d medics bag 

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42 minutes ago, Texengland said:

Is the flamethrower functional?


Well everything is original and there but the cylinders it currently has on it will not pressurize due to 2 holes in them so as it stands and as it will always stand is deactivated. 

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