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    Default Italian officer's 100% wool blankets...

    Howdy all,
    I have a source for these, they are legit 100% wool Italian officer's blankets... they are grey-ish, with the lighter stripe. He is offering them for $49 apiece, but I can get them at a special price from him for $30 each. Is this a good price for them? I plan on picking up at least two, maybe up to four if I get the bug to make a pull-over.

    So, what do you think?

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    I know those things were in high demand for a while. I searched and searched for one and never could find one. Now I am stuck with a crappy wool blanket I will never use.

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    Thats normal price most get them for at surplus stores. You can sometimes get them for 25 or so on a deal.

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    I had posted a link to Israeli wool blankets for around 16 bucks shipped in the gear deals. I should get them in the next few days. So if you didn't have to have the Italian ones those might be cheaper for you.

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    Is there a link? Do you have pics? What's the quality? And $30 is about normal for good ones with no holes or thin spots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeriusT View Post
    Is there a link? Do you have pics? What's the quality? And $30 is about normal for good ones with no holes or thin spots.
    http://www.rddusa.com/Army-Surplus-G...cessories.aspx

    Looks like the price has gone up about 4 bucks since I ordered mine. Ill let you know how they are when they get in.

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    The price has gone up in the last few hours. I looked at this earlyer tonight and they were $8

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    I bought an Israeli wool blanket from cheaper than dirt and it came with a huge square cut out one of the corners. The blanket is nasty and would not even touch it. Worthless any opinion.

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    The only place I have recently seen the Italian blankets was shipping for around $70. I wouldn't mind getting another one, where did you find that deal?
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