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Article about: Am I correct that this is a M34 Tornister Pack? It does not look like the "Pony Variety" though. One thing that Im "worried" about is that I've found three different stam

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    Am I correct that this is a M34 Tornister Pack? It does not look like the "Pony Variety" though. One thing that Im "worried" about is that I've found three different stamps on it? Could it have been repaired? Is this common? Or a total fake?

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    Default Re: M34 Tornister Pack

    It a fine pack, straps look to me good and replaced. I do admit though i cant say for sure about staps. Hopefully Jphlip will chim in about the straps.

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    Default Re: M34 Tornister Pack

    Nothing wrong with the pack, the straps are all good and are easy to replace, could have been field repaired or replaced by a former collector owner, impossible to tell. At least they are matching early aluminium fittings.
    I've a few of these packs in my lot a couple early dated and none have the aluminium, so I'd be happy with this one

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    I have one of these, does yours still have the flap pocket on the inside for the mess tin!!!

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    I have one of these, does yours still have the flap pocket on the inside for the mess tin!!!
    looks like it does in the second pic

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    I have one of these, does yours still have the flap pocket on the inside for the mess tin!!!
    It sure does! Good to know what that is for. Thanks all! So was I correct that its not pony fur?

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    Default Re: M34 Tornister Pack

    Hi Brad, the fur came from a variety of beasts, pony, calf etc.

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    Default Re: M34 Tornister Pack

    The contents and how to pack it:

    How to pack a model 34 tornister / der Erste Zug

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