CMCF P37 Webbing Thread

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    Re: CMCF P37 Webbing Thread

    Post by bomber439 on Fri Apr 19, 2013 1:40 pm

    One of each.



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    Re: CMCF P37 Webbing Thread

    Post by lorne19 on Fri Apr 19, 2013 2:53 pm

    Nice small frame revolver holsters. I've been looking for a pair for a while now but they seem to be hard to come by and a little pricey.

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    Large Frame Holster

    Post by edstorey on Fri Apr 19, 2013 3:40 pm

    Here is one with a Canadian cleaning rod.


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    Chinese Contract Holsters

    Post by edstorey on Fri Apr 19, 2013 3:42 pm

    Here is a pair of Chinese contract Holsters.


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    Re: CMCF P37 Webbing Thread

    Post by pylon1357 on Fri Apr 19, 2013 5:52 pm

    RCAF/RAF webbing, was this not referred to as P25? Or am I way off base as usual. I have some of it but off hand I cannot recall all the pieces I have. Belt, Holster, and double ammo pouches, maybe another piece or two.

    IMO, for what it is worth, I think the RCAF/RAF webbing should have its own thread, as it is a different area of collecting. Thoughts??


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    Re: CMCF P37 Webbing Thread

    Post by lorne19 on Fri Apr 19, 2013 10:28 pm

    What I'm mean by R.C.A.F webbing is the standard patt 37 that was manufactured in blue grey for the R.C.A.F. Otherwise its exactly the same as regular patt 37. I know that the R.C.A.F did use patt 25 in the pre war periode and during the war alongside patt 37.

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    Re: CMCF P37 Webbing Thread

    Post by 2ndAIF on Fri Apr 19, 2013 10:31 pm

    Nice holsters guys!! Ed is that a round flap small frame holster you posted mate?

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    Re: CMCF P37 Webbing Thread

    Post by lorne19 on Sat Apr 20, 2013 7:42 am

    Yes I was wondering the same thing Ed.

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    Large Frame Holster

    Post by edstorey on Sat Apr 20, 2013 8:01 am

    No, it is a large frame.

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    Re: CMCF P37 Webbing Thread

    Post by Wgrenadier on Sat Jan 11, 2014 6:24 pm

    PATTERN 1903 - Components


    PATTERN 1908 - Marching Order


    PATTERN 1908 - Marching Order without Pack


    PATTERN 1908 - Battle Order


    PATTERN 1908 - Musketry Order


    PATTERN 1908 - Drill Order


    PATTERN 1908 - 1934 Naval Configuration


    PATTERN 1908 - Fatigue Order


    PATTERN 1919 - Marching Order


    PATTERN 1919 - Marching Order without Pack


    PATTERN 1919 - Musketry Order


    PATTERN 1919 - Drill Order


    PATTERN 1925 - Marching Order


    PATTERN 1935 - Musketry Order
    (Reconstructed from Patterns 1919, 1937 and 1940)


    PATTERN 1937 - Marching Order


    PATTERN 1937 - Battle Order


    PATTERN 1937 - Musketry Order


    PATTERN 1937 - Drill Order


    PATTERN 1937 - Canadian Manufacture


    PATTERN 1937 - Indian Manufacture


    PATTERN 1937 - South African Manufacture


    PATTERN 1937 - Australian Manufacture


    PATTERN 1937 - Officer's Set


    PATTERN 1937 - Officer's Set (Canadian Manufacture)


    PATTERN 1937 - Officer's Set (Mid War Canadian Manufacture)


    Officer's Accoutrements
    1 ) Swagger Stick
    2 ) Binoculars, Prismatic, No. 2, Mk. III
    3 ) Enfield No.2 Mk.I .380 inch Revolver
    4 ) Lamp Electric No. 4
    5 ) 12 Cartridges, Revolver, .380 inch, Mk. II
    6 ) Prismatic Marching Compass Mk. III
    7 ) Metropolitan General Service Whistle
    8 ) Case, map, G.S. No. 2, Mk. 1
    9 ) Protractors, Rectangular, 6 inch, Ivorine 'A' Mk IV
    10 ) Dividers


    PATTERN 1937 - Royal Armoured Corps Set


    PATTERN 1937 - Set with Cartridge Carriers (Canadian Manufacture)


    PATTERN 1937 - Set with Cartridge Carriers (Indian Manufacture)

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    Re: CMCF P37 Webbing Thread

    Post by lorne19 on Sat Jan 11, 2014 8:04 pm

    Very nice, i especially like the Canadian officers valsie pack. A hard to find item, and your looks to be unissued.

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    Webbing

    Post by edstorey on Sat Jan 11, 2014 8:11 pm

    Exceptional sets of web equipment.

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    Re: CMCF P37 Webbing Thread

    Post by mk1rceme on Sat Jan 11, 2014 8:13 pm

    Very impressive for sure. Thank you for everything you are doing here. Great references.


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    Re: CMCF P37 Webbing Thread

    Post by 48th on Sun Jan 12, 2014 12:15 am

    Great sets of webbing. Thanks for posting all the pictures.

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    Re: CMCF P37 Webbing Thread

    Post by Wgrenadier on Sun Jan 12, 2014 2:32 am

    Thanks for the compliments guys! I'm thrilled that the pictures are of some interest...

    I just realized the other day that Pattern 1937 webbing was manufactured on 5 of the 7 continents during the Second World War!

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