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Set of British 1937 Pattern Webbing

Set of British 1937 Pattern Webbing

Regular price £65.00 GBP
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The British 1937 Pattern Web Equipment, often referred to simply as "1937 Pattern" or "37 Patt," was a set of webbing gear used by the British Army during World War II. It was designed to replace the earlier 1908 and 1925 patterns and became the standard issue for British and Commonwealth forces.

Here are some key features and components of the British 1937 Pattern Webbing:

  1. Basic Components:

    • Belt: The main component that went around the waist.
    • Cross-Straps: These went over the shoulders, forming an "X" shape on the back.
    • Pouches and Attachments: Various pouches and attachments were included to carry ammunition, grenades, water bottles, and other essential items.
  2. Ammunition Pouches:

    • The 1937 Pattern had two basic types of ammunition pouches: one for the Lee-Enfield rifle and another for the Bren light machine gun. These pouches were designed to carry specific types of ammunition.