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Militärfernglas 8x30 in gemarkten Lederköcher

Article about: Yet another new piece i found a little while back. Can someone tell me who used this ..Wehrmacht/kriegsmarine.luftwaffe or maybe nskk. Thanks in advance guys

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    Default Militärfernglas 8x30 in gemarkten Lederköcher

    Yet another new piece i found a little while back.
    Can someone tell me who used this ..Wehrmacht/kriegsmarine.luftwaffe or maybe nskk.
    Thanks in advance guys
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    Default Re: Militärfernglas 8x30 in gemarkten Lederköcher

    Hi, do these have any military inspection marks? If not, I would suggest these are civillian binos, but they could have been used as a private purchase item.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Default Re: Militärfernglas 8x30 in gemarkten Lederköcher

    Hello,
    I agree with Ade
    Most probably civilians, the closure system of the carrier, the absence of belt loop(s), and the absence of military markings say it all...
    Thanks
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    Laurent Huart (1964-2008)

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    Default Re: Militärfernglas 8x30 in gemarkten Lederköcher

    There are some markings on it, but im not sure if they are military markings (will make pic) But its probably a civilian one. i know for a fact that it belonged to a person who was in the Luftschutz.
    The germans started using civilian gear also at the end of the war, so its likely these could be used during the war.
    The marking that im not sure of say: 21/569 R.u.K.a
    Anybody some idea??

    Cheers

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