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British Army Hand Signals Chart?

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wondering if anyone has a full chart of all the BRITISH hand signals please. been googling for the past few hours and can only find american hand signals? cant find anything on airsoft forums either?

 

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Yep sure do, send me a pm with your email and I can forward it to you, don't be disappointed though as there isn't that many.

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If it's linkable or a photo/image, stick it on the forums so everyone can see.

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Where is it then?

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Both of those aren't current British Army hand signals.

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Both of those aren't current British Army hand signals.

Thought that, wasn't too sure as I spent about 15 minutes on Google Images and decided to revert back to the simple one's on the first page where a few were familiar.

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Ahh fair enough, yeah they mostly seem to be American/random ones

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^^Missed out the one for, "Hold up! My arse is eating my undies."

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That last post made me think of this...

 

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this is more suited :P

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I call fake, as bottom left is definitely 'GOT HIM!'.

 

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I had this emailed to me while i was an instructor in the cadets, we actually used these on an exercise (between the staff). Did confuse the cadets somewhat. :-)

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"He'll be out in a minute." - no way, that's "Wanker!"

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