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    Default Re: German camouflage patterns

    I love camouflages...I pretend that the Germans invented the camosut...for German snipers...I love uniforms...I can't wait thill ai join the army so i can hawe may one...and I even want to colect uniforms new and old from ww2 or even replicas of ww2 unifororms but only Germans caz I don't like the athers...i have reserved a closet from them...but i hawe to start colecting them but i don't know from were......I wad like a camosut for snipers a SS uniform a panzer comander , a ju 88 bomber uniform , and todays uniform......
    Me The german sniper...you don't know that i'm out there but I am and i'm Waching you!!!

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    I love camo suts...I even preperd a closet for my future colection of old and new uniform...on my list are from ww2 german) -SS ofiter...-Panzer Comander...-Ju 88 Bomber...and Siper camosut...And thodays uniforms a Desert uniform and a urban unifor...and a gilisut......but i think this will be expensive......but that's way i will join the army...
    Me The german sniper...you don't know that i'm out there but I am and i'm Waching you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cj_ady View Post
    I love camo suts...I even preperd a closet for my future colection of old and new uniform...on my list are from ww2 german) -SS ofiter...-Panzer Comander...-Ju 88 Bomber...and Siper camosut...And thodays uniforms a Desert uniform and a urban unifor...and a gilisut......but i think this will be expensive......but that's way i will join the army...
    Is military service voluntary or compulsary in Romania? Just curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoverDave View Post
    Its the thing they now call Swiss Camo.
    Right about that. The Swiss Army camo is quite similar to the german late-war "Leiber" pattern:


    The Austrian Army however uses a camo pattern similar to the Waffen-SS pea-dot pattern:

    "I just ran out of ammo. I will ram this one. Good bye, we'll meet in Valhalla." - Major Heinrich Ehrler, April 4, 1945

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    Here is a pic of a very impressive collection of the elusive SS covers. Wish I could find an original one..
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    I just wanted to say the pics of the surrendering Germans was interesting for the camo patterns, but I always look for the awards they have also on them and how long they got to keep them. Wonder where they are now. I have a few myself in my collection, mostly from old vets who took them while processing prisoners in the European campaign. Nice pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy
    Right about that. The Swiss Army camo is quite similar to the german late-war "Leiber" pattern:
    The "Leibermeister" pattern is indeed the same as the old Swiss uniform, but that was replaced guess how many years ago with TAZ90:



    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy
    The Austrian Army however uses a camo pattern similar to the Waffen-SS pea-dot pattern:

    No it doesn't.
    The pattern you have shown, Kampfanzug M57 (Tarnanzug,) was introduced in 1957 and is only similar to the 44 pea-pattern in that some of the shapes are vaguely round.
    It was replaced in 1975 by an OD uniform, Kampfanzug M75.
    The latest uniform, Kampfanzug 03, is in RAL 7013 braungrau and has been in use since 2003.

    A prototype camouflage pattern produced for the Future Soldier 08 programme is shown below.
    As far as I know it has not been given official approval.
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    I was going to buy a WH cap soon, and I can't really decide between Splittermuster and Sumpftarn. What do you guys think?

    Also, I found a Tropical Cap for the WH - It pretty much looks somewhat like the standard issue cap of the marines in the pacific campaign. I'll look if I can find a picture of it, it's from a German Bundeswehr-supplier's catalog (Name is Ranger Shop)

    EDIT: Found them:
    These are the two I have to choose between:
    http://www.ranger-onlineshop.de/123232N-.ahtml
    http://www.ranger-onlineshop.de/123521N-.ahtml

    This is the Tropentarn cap I talked about:
    http://www.ranger-onlineshop.de/123540N-.ahtml
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike M. View Post
    Here is a pic of a very impressive collection of the elusive SS covers. Wish I could find an original one..
    WOW, impressive is an understatment. those are sweet!

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    Heres alink to a good como site(german camo)
    http://www.1944militaria.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Von Birnstock View Post
    WOW, impressive is an understatment. those are sweet!
    I never knew "sweet" was the superlative of impressive.
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    one thing to remember, there was no real set pattern. every unit would paint there vehicles different based on the conditions and what was a vailable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by navyson View Post
    Is military service voluntary or compulsary in Romania? Just curious.

    It is voluntary now ,but 4 yers ago it was compulsory...
    Me The german sniper...you don't know that i'm out there but I am and i'm Waching you!!!

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    zeugmeisterei.de is closed sorry for the many variants of very good quality camo,but I found a new site:
    http://www.surcompany.com/

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    Hi,

    long time no post

    Greetings Splinter54
    Honor ruborque!

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