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In the words of my Mother, "you can not rape a 38" and she carried a nice 38 SW.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote White Rhino Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 08 2016 at 9:43pm
Does it look like the forum is stuck on the same posts ????  I guess we will see if this post gets through ....
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REVIVAL TIME - i found the photos i was looking for of the various scabbards - thought it might be of interest to some that are collecting these to see them , 



far left is the mkI , the next is the metal tube mkII , the next is the plastic tube mkIII [i dont have photo of the canadian steel version of this one] and the right one is the Victory Plastics M5 scabbard , this is the original riveted version with the doubled web frog loop , there is a second that has alluded me so far which has a removable press stud frog with tripled webb , 



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Very cool.
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Thanks for posting those pics!
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A Sq: Your house must be a military museum!
Some guys have all the luck!
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im thankful for what i have , far less than many who visit here and elsewhere , i have made an effort in this area after abandoning my US collection , and im always willing to share what i have found , there are so many things on the list yet to find 

here is a nice savage no4 mkII i found a while back 

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..& to think, the U.S. mentality of the day was: "Inferior equipment"
IMHO, aside from the fact that the Garand (designed by a French Cdn) was semi auto - it wasn't the battle rifle the L/E was. (Neither was the B.A.R. compared to the Bren)
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Originally posted by hoadie hoadie wrote:

..& to think, the U.S. mentality of the day was: "Inferior equipment"
IMHO, aside from the fact that the Garand (designed by a French Cdn) was semi auto - it wasn't the battle rifle the L/E was. (Neither was the B.A.R. compared to the Bren)


I do not think so Hoadie.

And by the way US beer is the best.
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..Paddy - you really do have a problem with reality after all...I mean they told me you did..but I didn't believe it.I do now!

As for US beer..can't argue there...cuz its like making love in a canoe...FU*KI%G near water!!(& that's usually pleasureable..well, as I recall, anyway)
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Originally posted by hoadie hoadie wrote:

..Paddy - you really do have a problem with reality after all...I mean they told me you did..but I didn't believe it.I do now!

As for US beer..can't argue there...cuz its like making love in a canoe...FU*KI%G near water!!(& that's usually pleasureable..well, as I recall, anyway)


Tip a canoe with Hoadie and his girl friend too.

I do not have a problem with reality,my reality is just fine. Everyone elses reality is just a bit off or strange.
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