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    Quote Originally Posted by theresyourtrouble View Post
    whats the name of that jacket, ive been looking for it for a while. i always assumed it was a cabelas jacket.
    Columbia Wool jacket.
    I got it through Cabellas for about 70.00
    I have since utilized the winter insert from a army BDU coat as the inner layer/liner. I sewed a few buttons onto the liner to button it shut, and now it works for two two different coats. The wool coat has big buttons for gloved hands, big enough breast pockets for hands, double layer elbows as well as double layer shoulders that work as padding for long guns. Two extra buttons sewn inside the coat.

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    For those of you looking for NEW 5 button Army sweaters and USMC Commando sweaters I present to you:

    http://www.mittsnitts.com/Uniform/in...weaters#WZItem

    Hope this helps.

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    Here is another place for good quality wool at a very nice price. www.gfredasbell.com

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    Check out Ecuador wool sweaters. Just got one at Savers for $2.99! Weighs in at 2 1\2 pounds. I started looking for them online and see they new around $60

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    I reccomend G. Fred Asbell and his wife. They make some awesome wool goods.

    http://www.gfredasbell.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northman242 View Post
    I reccomend G. Fred Asbell and his wife. They make some awesome wool goods.

    http://www.gfredasbell.com/
    I totally second this site; I have a poncho and pullover in heavy and blanket weight and they are superb products. Not to mention as "bushy" as modern apparel comes !

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    I have several coats and shirts form these guys. I think they make stuff for Folson also, but I am not 100% sure. This coat is very similar to the filson Mak and is over $ 100 cheaper. It is made in the USA

    http://www.bemidjiwoolenmills.com/de...m=bm07_111.jpg

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    don't forget Stormy Krommer,more than hats

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    Check out Ecuador wool sweaters. Just got one at Savers for $2.99! Weighs in at 2 1\2 pounds. I started looking for them online and see they new around $60

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