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    Not very strong Y-strap
    I think I can't use it to cosplay
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    Looks like the light duty LW type. By not very strong do you mean fragile? If so, I would not put any weight on it for a display. When these get dried out the leather will break off at stress points. NH

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    They look good to me...even old leather can be brought back to life with proper care & storage...I don't think this is a lightweight strap, as lightweight straps don't have the D-Rings (at least mine don't)... These look fairly strong to me for a display, but not reenactment...
    cheers, Glenn

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    Original RBN marked combat Y strap for me. timothy

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    normal combat type, try some leather reviver on them.

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    Hello,
    It is a pair of M39 infanterie Y-straps produced from late 1943...
    they had better days, send them back if you can and get a refund....this kind of late war Y-straps can be found in any condition including mint from deadstocks....that's my advice...
    Thanks
    PREUSSENS GLORIA

    In Memoriam :
    Laurent Huart (1964-2008)

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    And I would say this is good advice

    Tom

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    I did not see the D-rings in the top photo. I think a little bit of hunting will produce a much better set than this one too. The tail piece in the back looks like it will snap off with even light handling. NH

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