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Article about: Hi, guys! I was confused by round metal rivets from the inside. That party, which adjoins to a back of the soldier. Is it normal? Your opinions concerning this subject. Thanks, cheers Jurgen

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    Question A-Frame backpack

    Hi, guys!
    I was confused by round metal rivets from the inside. That party, which adjoins to a back of the soldier. Is it normal?
    Your opinions concerning this subject.

    Thanks,
    cheers
    Jurgen
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    The rivet going all the way through is unusual (it does not feature on mine).

    But the whole item looks OK to me???

    Maybe others have seen this before?

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Ok. Thanks.
    Need help with this rivet-moment.)))

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    Nothing here on my fellow Mod Tom's site either:

    MP44.nl - German Uniforms and Equipment - Combat Assault Pack / A - Frame

    Do not buy this until this issue is sorted out.

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    If you do have it in hand, does it have the re-inforcement part as shown here on mine?
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    Hi Jurgen

    In my opinion it is not uncommon, but also not often seen....

    The pictures clearly indicate the frame isn't messed with.....

    So my verdict would be


    However.... my other advice is, if you don't feel happy about it. DON't buy, because that feeling will NEVER go away, no matter how many people will say it's ok .....

    Tom

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    Thanks Tom. I thought it was OK but was loathe to give it the thumbs up on my thoughts alone.

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    Thanks for opinions!!!

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    If you do have it in hand, does it have the re-inforcement part as shown here on mine?
    I asked an additional photo.

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    Quote by MP44tom View Post
    Hi Jurgen

    In my opinion it is not uncommon, but also not often seen....

    The pictures clearly indicate the frame isn't messed with.....

    So my verdict would be


    However.... my other advice is, if you don't feel happy about it. DON't buy, because that feeling will NEVER go away, no matter how many people will say it's ok .....

    Tom
    Tom.
    I understood you, I simply wanted to understand this nuance with through rivets for original A-Frames is admissible.

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