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 Post subject: MEDITERRANEO.
PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 9:30 am 
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Some images of us at Detling.

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Telo Tenda Mimetico Modello 1929. Keeping Farbs dry at night since 1978

Its a Tent! Its a Poncho! Its a Ground Sheet! Its a Camouflage against the enemy. My word, its even a waterproof sleeping bag! It is not, however, German.

M33 Elmetto. Good against shrapnel. Great for grinding coffee. For that superb sweat encrusted taste.[/size]
http://ww2italianreenactment.com/


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Very good and quite a poser too!

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Hmm, yes. Its my catologue look. I simply call it.... 'Don't take my picture...... give me a sigarette pronto! '

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Telo Tenda Mimetico Modello 1929. Keeping Farbs dry at night since 1978

Its a Tent! Its a Poncho! Its a Ground Sheet! Its a Camouflage against the enemy. My word, its even a waterproof sleeping bag! It is not, however, German.

M33 Elmetto. Good against shrapnel. Great for grinding coffee. For that superb sweat encrusted taste.[/size]
http://ww2italianreenactment.com/


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..... posing again. I really must get us lot looking more combative.....

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IF, and only IF, there is a war, we may provide you with a camouflage hood or cap in times of wet weather (Quote from the 1936 drill manual for the REI)


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Telo Tenda Mimetico Modello 1929. Keeping Farbs dry at night since 1978

Its a Tent! Its a Poncho! Its a Ground Sheet! Its a Camouflage against the enemy. My word, its even a waterproof sleeping bag! It is not, however, German.

M33 Elmetto. Good against shrapnel. Great for grinding coffee. For that superb sweat encrusted taste.[/size]
http://ww2italianreenactment.com/


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here's one of me cleaning one of the groups Breda 37 HMG.

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Then hogging the water after a busy morning.... cleaning the Breda 37 HMG. (Damn it, I'm the Sergente.... I should've made those Soldati do it!!!)

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IF, and only IF, there is a war, we may provide you with a camouflage hood or cap in times of wet weather (Quote from the 1936 drill manual for the REI)


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Telo Tenda Mimetico Modello 1929. Keeping Farbs dry at night since 1978

Its a Tent! Its a Poncho! Its a Ground Sheet! Its a Camouflage against the enemy. My word, its even a waterproof sleeping bag! It is not, however, German.

M33 Elmetto. Good against shrapnel. Great for grinding coffee. For that superb sweat encrusted taste.[/size]
http://ww2italianreenactment.com/


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..... posing again. I really must get us lot looking more combative.....


I rather liked the pics for the simple fact you weren't all Ramboyets!

Nice pics, you looked good at Detling... still havent had that chat yet tho!

Damn, another year slips by...

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A top bunch of guys
well done on your impresion of pissed italian soldiers

oops, what do you mean you werent faking it?

well done lads

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nice one Dave. your powers of observation are acute as is your sense of smell!!

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Hi,

I am trying to find a suppler for WW2 Italian bustinas, cann anyone help, I am after a grey size 58. I have been trying to contact Super Mario, is his PC out of action.


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Dont you worry guys detling 2007 , the desert rats will be there

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Looking Good, Guys,...................watch out for the Canadians,..........as well; :)

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Ah, We shall watch out for all of ya..... then you shall taste our metal!


But probably our chianti. :wink:

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IF, and only IF, there is a war, we may provide you with a camouflage hood or cap in times of wet weather (Quote from the 1936 drill manual for the REI)


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Telo Tenda Mimetico Modello 1929. Keeping Farbs dry at night since 1978

Its a Tent! Its a Poncho! Its a Ground Sheet! Its a Camouflage against the enemy. My word, its even a waterproof sleeping bag! It is not, however, German.

M33 Elmetto. Good against shrapnel. Great for grinding coffee. For that superb sweat encrusted taste.[/size]
http://ww2italianreenactment.com/


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And you ALL wear ....FULL KIT..:-)

great pics guys

all the best

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Long time no holler across a showground Lloyd! Good to see your still there fella!

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IF, and only IF, there is a war, we may provide you with a camouflage hood or cap in times of wet weather (Quote from the 1936 drill manual for the REI)


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Telo Tenda Mimetico Modello 1929. Keeping Farbs dry at night since 1978

Its a Tent! Its a Poncho! Its a Ground Sheet! Its a Camouflage against the enemy. My word, its even a waterproof sleeping bag! It is not, however, German.

M33 Elmetto. Good against shrapnel. Great for grinding coffee. For that superb sweat encrusted taste.[/size]
http://ww2italianreenactment.com/


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Next weekend is the mediterraneo AGM (Vino, grappa, fromaggi, Polenta, bira, pasta e 'raggazza'...!
What happens nobody can predict.
I'm flying courtesy of the Regia Aeronautica ( 'Easyjet') to Stanstead.
See you amici next week.
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