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German webbing y strap

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    Default German webbing y strap

    Please some info about this strap i am almost certain that this is a german wartime y strap but i think it is some kind of a late warproduction or somthing looks like the strap is never completly finisht any info?

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    I speculate that the web-straps were initially used for the Rucksack, the Food Container, or some other carrying purpose and someone decided to transform them into the Y-strap configuration by adding the rear-leather piece...
    cheers, Glenn

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    Proper Y straps would have the D Rings for the A Frame pack. Plus the other straps too.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    so its not a proper y strap but could be done wartime the hooks looks wartime?

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    This has just been made from bits. The buckle and hooks don't even match.

    Forget it.

    Sorry.

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    I don't think your web-straps were ever used as Y straps originally, and that someone later decided to convert them to Y-Straps by adding the rear strap/hook...
    Glenn

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    Web Y Straps certainly existed. See out Mod Tom's site:

    MP44.nl - German Uniforms and Equipment - Webbing Y Belt

    I need a pair myself...
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    so thematrials are ww2 era ?

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    Yes.
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    Ok good info i must think what i will do with the parts thanks!

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