Michael Gaißmair winter training

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-25ºC lads...get ready to enjoy the cold :D

ps. we (the dutch boys) can't take all our stuff with us because of the Ryan Air weight limit. so items like weapons (bayonete, deac K98) and shovels are not with us.

what is the minimum stuff we really use as kit??
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I am bringing two mausers with me, so atleast that is covered.. had I known, I could have brought few shovels too (my german kit is completely unused as I am am re-enacting a finn).
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Staying warm is the most important thing ! we have some shovels
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I am bringing the following weapons:

MG34 (no tripod this time though)
MG42
3x 98k
2x Suomi M/31

We should be able to wage some war with these :)

I can take one extra shovel as well, but as Franz said, if you have to choose between authentic, 100% correct field gear and warm clothes you are warmly recommended to take the clothes with you. A shovel or gas mask can doesn't warm much!
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I will try and sneek my k98 on the bus,march orders will be issued
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@Ewald Koch
Do you have a sling for the MG42, if not i'll bring mine.

ps. do we need to bring blankets to cover over the floor and/or the branches that we lay down on the floor?
Because my blanket weighs the most vs. sleepingbag thats very light.
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Michael Gründler wrote:@Ewald Koch
Do you have a sling for the MG42, if not i'll bring mine.

ps. do we need to bring blankets to cover over the floor and/or the branches that we lay down on the floor?
Because my blanket weighs the most vs. sleepingbag thats very light.
There will again be the branches on the floor and a cover under that sleeping bag should be OK
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Michael Gründler wrote:@Ewald Koch
Do you have a sling for the MG42, if not i'll bring mine.
Yes I have the sling in MG42. Thanks :)
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Good work with the rations!
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I hope sauna will be heated during the evening?
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André wrote:I hope sauna will be heated during the evening?
As far as I know the sauna will be warm. E-Schein will be issued to everyone who goes to sauna, you can glue it to your Soldbuch!
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I'm planning to sleep period correct style... :D

The branches... can we use living trees to cut them from or...? I mean, with the weather they've promised, you need a good 20cm layer of them to insulate.... :D
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Peter Bauer wrote:I'm planning to sleep period correct style... :D

The branches... can we use living trees to cut them from or...? I mean, with the weather they've promised, you need a good 20cm layer of them to insulate.... :D
Or Dear Masa and Twins will be with Rokka and Vallu on Thursday perpairing the area and the branches will come from Living trees
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Peter Bauer wrote:I'm planning to sleep period correct style... :D

The branches... can we use living trees to cut them from or...? I mean, with the weather they've promised, you need a good 20cm layer of them to insulate.... :D
Of course ye are more than welcome to give us a helping hand on thursd./friday morning, there´s plenty of things to do, we can save somthing to You?????? And i´m not joking, if u got spare time, just report, ehh????


And to mr. C, Vallu....yeah right...Vallu. Cant´t wait to meet this great chap again, Janne almost crap himself when i told him we´re gonna stay first night in THAT room :shock: :shock: ...won´t tell in what bed u upset the prev. owner. After that night His Holyness might change course of his life :lol: . But we don´t want scare our foreing guests....just hopeing everyone got thyr hands/legs on in breakfast, and i don´t mean frostbites.......................
Antakee viinaa hanuristille !!!!!!!!!!

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