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Definitive Thread M35 Gymnasterka Pockets

Article about: I see nothing inconsistent with the lend lease M-35 (construction) and 43 (materials) in the virtual museums posted on other respected dealer websites. This is a "one off" item fou

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    Hello Natjer,

    Would you have photos of these Gym?

    That would greatly help assess what we are talking about.
    The logic is that we have m35, some of them transitioned to M43 by additng pogonies and, in some occasions got their colar changed and then M43. Therfore they still kept their scare Pocket as shown on the http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/unifor...1/#post1049193 thread.

    Does this look like this?
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    Or this?
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    Best regards

    Bruno

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    Here is a picture of a transitional M35 with pogonies. I will see about the other pictures.

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    and another!

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    Hello Natjer,

    I think we are all in agreement with this M35-43 that are duly described on http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/unifor...1/#post1049193.
    On this extend, they will be better on the other post.

    Considering the pockets, that are the purpose of this thread, you will notice that they all have external pockets that tend to prove that the basis is a standard M35

    Do you have photos of your own gym with Inside Pocket so we can try to qualify them.
    Are they looking like the one I did post before?

    We can only help you if you help us

    In advance thank you for your answer.

    Best regards

    Bruno

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    The gym looks almost identical to the lend lease M-43 gyms on the espenlaub website. The collar looks original to the gym with no evidence of re-stitching. Both pockets look the same inside and outside. The added patch packets are sewn on with brown thread. I believe it to be a transitional M35 to M43 gym. I am not a Soviet insignia expert but it looks consistent with other examples I have seen posted. The crossed rifles look like more recent add-ons. The buttons are replace but original. The pockets and insignia have been on a long time. As I said before I have had it for about 19 years, it has not been in a collection and came straight from the former USSR. It cost me be less than 200 dollars at the time.

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    Quote by NATJER View Post
    I believe it to be a transitional M35 to M43 gym.
    Hi Natjer ,

    One thing is sure, this is not a 35 Gymnasterka .

  11. #30

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    It seems to me that it started out as an M43 but ended up being modified to resemble an M35 - most likely as a film / "theatre" costume.
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