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Is this an authentic German WW2 Wehrmacht military ruck sack backpack?

Article about: I own one and i really started to like them; but only the versions with their own straps, not the ones that go on the Y-straps. I have only one for now but i want them lots of them

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    Default Is this an authentic German WW2 Wehrmacht military ruck sack backpack?

    Hello all,

    I was just wondering if this backpack was truly a Third Reich item from WW2?

    Thanks so much in advance.

    Jack
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    Yep, no problems here, nice early one before the Y straps where introduced
    Regards
    René

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    Looks like a good piece. Any markings on the straps?
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    Quote by visor View Post
    Looks like a good piece. Any markings on the straps?
    Not quite sure. I actually stumbled upon on craigslist, it really caught my attention. I've seen other nice ones, but with missing straps.

    Thank you,

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    The other nice thing with this one is that it has the mess tin holder
    Regards
    René

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    The other nice thing with this one is that it has the mess tin holder
    Yes, that's really cool. It's a neat piece, I'm going to have to snag it. Thanks again.

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    Quote by JDCLXVI View Post
    Yes, that's really cool. It's a neat piece, I'm going to have to snag it. Thanks again.
    Great enjoy it, they are fun to play with
    Regards
    René

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    Great enjoy it, they are fun to play with
    Thank you. Will do.

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    Looks like an M34 Tornister. Quite a few threads here that you can search and learn.

    Michael
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    Original pack as stated looks good I own a couple. timothy

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