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    Default Re: Ww2 phillips mk. V military infantry bicycle

    Quote Originally Posted by REME 245 View Post
    There are a number of different patterns but the type I have observed the most are of the pattern fitted to the bike for sale on e-bay.
    I'm in discussion by email with Ron's mate Lex & there's a chance that a batch of repos where the rifle sits on top of the handle bars may be made in the near future ?
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    Default Re: Ww2 phillips mk. V military infantry bicycle

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian L View Post
    I'm in discussion by email with Ron's mate Lex & there's a chance that a batch of repos where the rifle sits on top of the handle bars may be made in the near future ?
    They are a lot more complex than the pattern currently being copied hence why people probably don't make them.

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    Default Re: Ww2 phillips mk. V military infantry bicycle

    The type fitted to this bike is the pattern I want but if you saw an original example you would see that they are a bit more complex than appear in the picture.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/3618973206...256&rmvSB=true

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    Default Re: Ww2 phillips mk. V military infantry bicycle

    Ok, I seem to be able to post again!!

    Here are my pictures of the gunclips, but looking at them, it will be very expensive to make them! need to make press fittings, so a batch of 20-30 or so would make it justifyable, but don't have the cash to start anything right now.




    Leatherwork is also elaborate.



    Rear one:




    So one might be better of buying the bike on Ebay!

    Cheers,

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    Default Re: Ww2 phillips mk. V military infantry bicycle

    Rifle clips ?

    What's wrong with string ?

    "Always avoid the flashy use of the throttle so dear to the young, sporty boy". (with apologies to the Army Kinematograph Service).

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    Default Re: Ww2 phillips mk. V military infantry bicycle

    Nice one Rik! looks like a Dutch bicycle!

    Cheers,

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    Default Re: Ww2 phillips mk. V military infantry bicycle

    Quote Originally Posted by 79x100 View Post
    Rifle clips ?

    What's wrong with string ?

    It would have been better to fasten it on the left side because of the bolt thinghy sticking out.
    Yes, it looks like a Dutch bike.
    Still a thing which winds us up because the germans stole a lot of them.
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    Default Re: Ww2 phillips mk. V military infantry bicycle

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron View Post
    Email sent. Nice find with the rack. They're often dated if you look hard enough. Ron
    Hi Ron your right, just got the rack back from the blasters today & its stamped:

    F.A & S Ltd MK 1VB 1944

    Its very very faint & so I can't get a photo of it but I think that's what it reads ?
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