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Wehrmacht Tornister.

Article about: Hi, Bought this german tornister yesterday. ...in my opinion it looks okay. Price was 38Euro. Any info on this kind of tornister is appreciated. ...this is my first tornister. Regards Replac

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    Hi,

    Bought this german tornister yesterday.
    ...in my opinion it looks okay.

    Price was 38Euro.

    Any info on this kind of tornister is appreciated.
    ...this is my first tornister.

    Regards
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    Hello, smal price for a complete piece with the litle leather tab under.

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    Hello, small price for a complete piece with the litlle leather tab under.

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    I had an idea, that the price was okay.

    What does this mean "with the little leather tab under"?

    Regards
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    Under the bag, you have one tab, it's linked with the belt, often missing.

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    Quote by lebus12 View Post
    Under the bag, you have one tab, it's linked with the belt, often missing.
    Thanks - great info, nice to know.
    ...as mentioned, this is my first tornister.

    Regards
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    Is this tornister, the M34 model?

    Why do they have the cow/pony fyr back?

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    The fur is from cow or horse as far as i remember. It was called the "Monkey" or "Affe" in German. Made for all branches ,also political, and for many purposes. Millions were made. That is why they are relatively cheap. Maybe you know all this already

    Regards, Lars

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    Quote by Datrus View Post
    The fur is from cow or horse as far as i remember. It was called the "Monkey" or "Affe" in German. Made for all branches ,also political, and for many purposes. Millions were made. That is why they are relatively cheap. Maybe you know all this already

    Regards, Lars
    Hi Lars - thanks for the info.

    Regards
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    Nice German ww2 so called cowhide pack. timothy

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    Quote by timothy View Post
    Nice German ww2 so called cowhide pack. timothy
    Thanks

    Perhaps you know, why the germans used cow/horse fyr on their tornisters?

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