Most crap thing you've nicked from the Firm.

Ventress

LE
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#1
I reckon mine is a 1970's NI helmet with visor, but missing the spider- leaviing the comfy nipple!

Might even be a NBC rattle!
 
#2
Battle map making transfers... found them the other day and thought "WTF am I doing with this crap?"
 
#5
Shed loads of crap brew kit that you never ever drink.

Empty Pam folders, nothing in the real world fits in them.

An empty BATCO wallet, see above.

B-T
 
#7
RVD,Atropine Autoject,QF Dosimeter,Exploder light,Monkey.30 cal cleaning kit,SA-80 sling,Millbank Bag,A rather dubious rubber belt of RSigs provenance :lol:
 
#8
IPK and a Periscope for a CVR(T)...
 
#11
An admiral's hat which I nicked from a dinner in 1989 and cached in a plant pot outside! I even helped look for it when the brown stuff hit the fan.
However, the damn thing was just too hot to handle. Left it somewhere two days later in a carrier bag complete with regimental calling card. Wish I'd held my nerve, but I was starting to get very senior people hinting at my imminment demise whether it was found or not.
 
#14
cdo_gunner said:
'Nicked' ??

There's no such thing. It's called a 're-distribution of assets' :wink:


Any buckshees?
"Inscaled" or "Proffed"

S.L.R. cleaning kit, L.M.G. spares wallet. - W.T.F. I wanted them for? :roll:
 

Ventress

LE
Moderator
#15
The memberships honesty is warming to see!

Oh I came into contact with a large gnome from a Div Comd's garden. The lads thought it would be a nice going away pressie for me. Its the thought that counts!
 
#16
In my space cadet days I went to camp at Lyneham and got one of those cheapy multitool things from the NAAFI (god knows why). It had the multiple screwdriver set as part of it and I thought I'd unscrew the sdign from the door at the bottom of the block corridor. Well pleased with myself I managed to remove all the signs from the male segement of the block and a couple from the female segment over the next few days.
Probably still got them stashed up the loft at home. Never managed to liberate anything more useful.
 

ugly

LE
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#17
Some of those German military traffic arrows, I used to wake up with those, and some lads in 7 platoon pinched the road sign from their home town. Cool. I still have a millbank bag somewhere!
 
#19
Shermuly parachutes 'borrowed' to tie to a mates bike for a joke. Crap idea.
 
#20
About 200' of bead chain for dog tags, when I had the task of replacing the green nylon string back in the 80s
 

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