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PostPosted: Sat Sep 19, 2015 8:34 am 
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To celebrate acquiring the last component needed to put together a P19 pistol order set, I hereby submit some gratuitious webbing porn. :mrgreen:

However, the quest isn't over yet as I still lack examples of the haversack, rucksack and cutlass frog. I'm also looking to upgrade my current example of the Enfield No.2 holster should anyone have one for sale?

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Nice set, 'scuse my ignorance but who used a cutlass frog and what sort of cutlass?


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lanayca wrote:
Nice set, 'scuse my ignorance but who used a cutlass frog and what sort of cutlass?

Thank you. It's the webbing frog to use a 1889 or 1901 Pattern cutlass with P19 webbing. It's quite similar to the 1908 Pattern bayonet frog, but a lot rarer:

http://www.karkeeweb.com/patterns/1919/ ... riers.html

http://www.navyweb2.co.uk/1919%20sets.html

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This is rather special :)


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Very nice


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That is a wonderful set, I am still working on mine. I have belt, mk 1 and Mk 2 holster and my pride and joy the rucksack: https://hatchfive.wordpress.com/2015/05 ... -rucksack/
This set and my 1940 patt set are proving to be even harder to get together than the 25 pattern webbing set was.

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