WhizzbangDai said:Naval_Gazer said:
Tried that, they don't have my size (M)
I shall continue to search, and 2DD danke but I don't think that stable belt is the one that goes with the CS95 is it?
Joe_Crow said:Passed-over_Loggie said:
BR320(d) shows DMC as CE, NSC as 8440, NCB as 99, and IIN as 1323966, 1323967, and 1329968. Item has a DRC of B.
JSP768 S2 gives the same information.
I can't see where it is short of three digits.
Naval_Gazer said:Joe_Crow said:
You omitted the figures '132' in your previous post.
2_deck_dash said:WhizzbangDai said:
Calm down you tit. You'll notice this was posted in 2006, about the same time that an elite few were issued navy blue CS95s with a gopping purple stable belt to trial.
The kit was abandoned after a few months because an admiral said we looked like a cross between police dog handlers and nazi submariners. He was right, we did, but most of us thought that was cool.
barnezy349 said:chieftiff said:as in the RAF stable belt which all RAF shiny arses wear!!
I wear an RAF stable belt with my uniform all the time. I don't believe my arse is shiny, i think i would have noticed that.
TheCommunicator said:I've been led to believe that those members of the RAF who wear the stable belt are incorrectly dressed as it's only the RAF Regiment who are allowed to wear it. Don't know how true that is but it was a Rock that told me!
The rock apes have their own stable belt- well i say their own, but i really mean an RAF stale belt on with a shiny buckle that says RAF Regt on it, the RAFP have one too.
And i thought that stable belts were regulation-less??
alfred_the_great said:I wear a RN stable belt when required because a)it looks smart and b) I have pride my Service.
Exactly the reason i wear my RAF one, they look very smart, in my opinion, and it shows the service i have the pride in representing