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Allmost done with some Postapoc game gear.   Made mostly from real junk, fitted to a hockey torso protection. Police riot protection on the legs. Voicechanger under mask with loud speaker hidden i

Just finished up this leather pancake holster for my series 70. Stitch work is pretty rough (and not a proper saddle stitch) but I'm really happy with it considering its the first leather work I've do

Thanks!   Heres closeups on front/back of the junk armor:     Also some shotgun blasts here and there.

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They look nice, but for the $185 he wants on ebay they'd better.


I've got a line on a local shop offering RAID mods, so I'm going to see if they can do something like the UR-tactical "Ultimate Direct Action" Velcro adjusters on my woodland trousers.

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Cheers for the positive comments guys , it's an excellent old machine if i do the tensioning nut up good and tight it'll punch through 6 layers of cordura no problem , not many new home use machines can do that ! never used fast mags type pouches before but always dabled with idea of giving them a try , couple of wks ago ebaybanned had an offer on so thought i'd give them a go only cost £26something for 6 delivered . If I don't get on/ like them can always stick them up for sale .

Next project ABU battle belt and pouches to go with it !

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It's getting cold in here... or should I say cold war?


East German NVA strichtarn combat chest rig (modern edition)



Grommet for radio antenna, followed by an elastic keeper, followed by a PTT loop on the shoulder strap.



Interior of radio/general purpose pouch. Both sides look like this; whichever one doesn't have a radio in it will hold water bottles or a canteen.



Secondary pocket behind each radio/GP pouch.



Each mag pouch flap can be (1) tucked in and held by velcro, (2) removed, or (3) replaced with shock cord. Each pouch can hold 2 AK mags stacked or 3 AK mags side by side.


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