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Possible tornister pick up

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    Default Possible tornister pick up

    So, it seems to be a good original, but I figured ask before you buy. Price is 3000 rubles ($57).

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    From what I can see from those pictures it looks good. Seems like quite a reasonable price.

    Steve

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    I've always preferred the type with the carrying-straps, this looks like the type that has to be attached to the Y-Straps...
    The price is good, but the ones with the straps usually cost about the same...
    cheers, GLenn
    -Mehr sein als scheinen-

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    A good original and a good price. NH

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    like it nice price to.

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    Hello,
    It looks like a nice and cheap M39 Tornister.
    This 1940 dated example was strictly meant to Infanterie.
    Before you buy it, just make sure that both D-rings used to retain the A-frame are still there, only one of them is visible on the photos. Please check also that both hooks/leather tabs meant to attach the Tornister to the Y-straps are also there...
    Thanks
    PREUSSENS GLORIA

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    Laurent Huart (1964-2008)

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    Quote by JPhilip View Post
    Hello,
    It looks like a nice and cheap M39 Tornister.
    This 1940 dated example was strictly meant to Infanterie.
    Before you buy it, just make sure that both D-rings used to retain the A-frame are still there, only one of them is visible on the photos. Please check also that both hooks/leather tabs meant to attach the Tornister to the Y-straps are also there...
    Thanks
    I will be sure to do so! I'm going later this week or next week, so I'll post pictures when I get them!

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    Default Got it

    Picked it up today. Pretty good condition with soft leather. It has straps but I believe they are reproduction as they look too new.

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