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Wehrmacht Soldier Set

Article about: Hi guys, just wanted to share with you my set, hope that one day I will complete it

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    Thanks Justin, indeed, I will get the pictures for you tomorrow
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    Absolutely love this!!
    Wonderful set, belt and buckle. Any photos of the bayonet out of sheath?
    Warm regards,
    Justin

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    can't wait for the pictures.
    By the way.. You have 999 posts! one from one thousand. Congrats!

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    Thanks for that, this will be then my 1000nd post
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    can't wait for the pictures.
    By the way.. You have 999 posts! one from one thousand. Congrats!

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    Great!
    If you don't mind me asking, what price range was that bayonet in?

    I have a family photo of a reserve troop.

    I'm interested to see if I an rebuild his set.
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    Was around 100 Euros

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    Nice group but if you are looking for a M36 feldbluse then swap out the late war metal feldflasche for an early war aluminium one with black painted alloy cup ( just so they match ). Same for when you find a mess tin ( kochgeshirr ) and breadbag ( brotbeutel )... go for the early ones.

    Cheers, Dan
    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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    Very nice price, and a very nice bayonet.

    Warm Regards,
    Justin

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    Thanks Dan, appreciate your views. Could you please post pictures of the ítems you are referring to so that I can try and find them?, Regards, Juan
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    Nice group but if you are looking for a M36 feldbluse then swap out the late war metal feldflasche for an early war aluminium one with black painted alloy cup ( just so they match ). Same for when you find a mess tin ( kochgeshirr ) and breadbag ( brotbeutel )... go for the early ones.

    Cheers, Dan

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    Is this feldflasche the one you are referring to?
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    Nice group but if you are looking for a M36 feldbluse then swap out the late war metal feldflasche for an early war aluminium one with black painted alloy cup ( just so they match ). Same for when you find a mess tin ( kochgeshirr ) and breadbag ( brotbeutel )... go for the early ones.

    Cheers, Dan
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    Yes, that would go with an early war rig.
    This is an early breadbag ( leather reinforcing and alloy fittings ) and an early to mid war alloy mess tin.Although this is dated 44, the early ones were also alloy and could be this colour or black ( straps are hard to find though )

    Cheers, Dan

    I suggest buying Jean-Phillipe Borg's book 'German Combat Equipment 1939-45' ( our moderator here )
    A most excellent read and will tell you ALL you need to know about equipment
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    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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