A modified 1964 Pattern set of waistbelt, brace and pistol holster was made of white web material with velcro fastenings and offered for user trial. This pattern does not appear to have been adopted.
Web Equipment, Traffic Control
Special web equipment designed Provost duty wear came into use in the early 1960s. It consisted of a waistbelt with Provost Corps belt buckle, special pattern holster, canteen carrier and brace. Made of neutral and white cotton web, all fittings were a high gloss finish brass.
The waistbelt and buckle showing the unique hook and eye method of securing the attachments.
View of the back of the waistbelt illustrating the method of attaching the brace.
Views of the brace, illustrating the buckle adjustments and securing hook.
Front and rear views of the water bottle carrier.
Front and rear views of the pistol holster.
Holster and water bottle carrier attached to the waistbelt.
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