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First go around with painting Jerrys. Leather brown or uniform grey?

I guess there is always matt black.
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Rule #1: Your models, your paint.

However, late war German Heer uniform colors range from grey, green-grey, gray green, greenish, and grayish. They were never really brown, and certainly never black. Even field uniforms for the Waffen-SS in late war weren't black.

If you are talking about boots, most of what I have read is that by late war most were brown, unless individual soldiers took the time to dye them.

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