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Webbing-Pattern 61/64 webbing

Postby richardtl » Mon Jan 13, 2014 6:01 pm

To start off a Pattern 64 Groot sak, as seen on the right hand side in this pic
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Re: Webbing-Pattern 61/64 webbing

Postby richardtl » Mon Jan 13, 2014 6:10 pm

A mixed set of P61 and P64 items for contrast in colour

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A pic showing the attachment of straps to the belt and kidney pouches. Note the "yellow" P61
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Re: Webbing-Pattern 61/64 webbing

Postby richardtl » Mon Jan 13, 2014 6:18 pm

P61 yoke (SAP? though) with straps to fit a P37 small pack on shoulders
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Re: Webbing-Pattern 61/64 webbing

Postby richardtl » Sun Jan 19, 2014 12:40 am

A P61 water bottle, can be clearly seen here, which were uncovered just with a strap going around them
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Re: Webbing-Pattern 61/64 webbing

Postby richardtl » Sat Dec 31, 2016 8:33 pm

P61 webbing. Showing pick

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Note also green, shiny poncho a copy of the similar brit item.
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P64 webbing

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Shovel/pick head detail, showing hole for webbing pin to fit through for attachment to webbing. Copies of the similar brit item.

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The Brit P58 from which this webbing was copied.
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Re: Webbing-Pattern 61/64 webbing

Postby richardtl » Sat Dec 31, 2016 8:43 pm

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A variant that is seen is the SAP type yoke which has to buckles to fit the earlier P37 large and small packs
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Re: Webbing-Pattern 61/64 webbing

Postby richardtl » Mon Jan 02, 2017 2:12 pm

From sign in Museum of Military History in JHB.

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Re: Webbing-Pattern 61/64 webbing

Postby richardtl » Mon Jan 02, 2017 2:35 pm

P61 64 compass pouch, which is lined along with pistol ammo pouch (unlined)

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P61 64 pistol holster. Early pouches were made for revolvers and you had a slanted flap, you can see on modified ones where the revolver holster latch has been removed and restitched to make flap top parallel. I have sample I must post of an original revolver holster. Also you can see where the mag pouch was added to early holsters and uses different material.

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P61 pistol holster with ammo pouch and above compass pouch

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Re: Webbing-Pattern 61/64 webbing

Postby richardtl » Mon Jan 02, 2017 3:32 pm

Although British P58 it will give some idea on assembly

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Re: Webbing-Pattern 61/64 webbing

Postby richardtl » Sun Feb 11, 2018 4:13 pm

P64 webbing pics showing how Pick and Shovel fit to the groundsheet/poncho holder. These have the green ponchos in them which were a copy of the Brit P58 item.
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