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Variations of the M35 Officers' Belt?

Article about: Gentlemen, I saw this belt from Nizhniy, advertised as an authentic M35 officers' belt. It appears to be correct to me, although the other examples of the M35 that I've seen have sewn-in loo

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    Gentlemen,

    I saw this belt from Nizhniy, advertised as an authentic M35 officers' belt. It appears to be correct to me, although the other examples of the M35 that I've seen have sewn-in loops for the cross straps. Were there different variations of the M35...one with sewn-in loops, and one without? Below are three pictures of the belt in question, and one example of a belt with the loops sewn in. Any comments would be much appreciated, thank you.
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    Short answer is yes... Some of these belts are set up for slide loops, others have sewn in rings for the cross strap

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    I see. Thank you for the information.

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    The buckle shown here is also a variation. I like it the best of all.
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    Hello,

    Another example

    All the best

    Bruno

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