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Article about: German fur pack maker marked and dated 42 Nice shape missing a strap on the inside I think this is the one that uses the Y straps as it is without pack straps. timothy

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    German fur pack maker marked and dated 42 Nice shape missing a strap on the inside I think this is the one that uses the Y straps as it is without pack straps. timothy
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    Nice timothy i had the chance to buy one at a great price but unfortunately i skipped it
    i like the fur on them haha + they are good for display

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    Hello Timothy,
    What you have there is a M34 Tornister that has lost its leather carrying straps and was modified to be retained to Y-straps...

    Here is the Heer Tornister nomenclatura :

    M34 with carrying straps and messkit pocket sewn inside.
    M39 with leather tabs and the vertical buttoned strap on the flap for the A-frame OR with carrying straps for troops that were not issued Y-straps. This version is less known than the latter because as Y-straps became "general" issue from 1943, many Tornister were modified and lost their straps...
    Thanks
    PREUSSENS GLORIA

    In Memoriam :
    Laurent Huart (1964-2008)

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    Of course JP is entirely correct

    If you see the strap on the fur side (like shown here on a non - fur one) you know that it is a M39 one and should have the 4 hooks to hang the Tornister in the Y straps

    This one also has the D-rings on top to hang the A-frame






    Tom

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    Thanks all for the great valuable lesson on these. timothy

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