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Posted: 11/21/2001 8:02:25 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/21/2001 7:54:56 PM EDT by ColonelKlink]
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Says there BDU's are made in USA. Good Luck. http://www.soldiercity.com
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[Last Edit: 11/21/2001 8:31:33 PM EDT by Osros]
Im also looking for good BDU's. What I would like to know is which would be the best all around type. Twill, Ripstop or SWAT. What does the real military use? a good list here: http://www.rothco.com/retail.html
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[Last Edit: 11/21/2001 10:44:39 PM EDT by jorge5811]
When I went to USMC boot camp in 96, I was issued (even though they take the cost of them out of your pay) 100% cotton ripstop. After that they issued 50/50 nylon/cotton ripstop. Clothing Sales (the base uniform store) also sold 50/50 nyco's, but they weren't the ripstop kind, and they were pretty heavy duty. You can see little squares in the ripstop weave if you look close. SeMPer Fi
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U.S. Cavalry has both domestic and imports.
Link Posted: 11/22/2001 12:04:39 AM EDT
Find a military guy and go to clothing sales if nothing else works. USCav has them as well. Heck the surplus guys outside every base have them and if you pick well you could be a general for under 50 dollars.
Link Posted: 11/22/2001 5:03:08 AM EDT
What's wrong with stuff made in Honduras or Dominican Republic? They are practically the USA at this point, and employing them there means they won't move here. I still wear a terrific EMS Gore-Tex coat made in China, bought by me in 1986! GunLvr
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