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M1895 Tornister ID help please

Article about: Good day to all, In my current Imperial German kick (spurred by the recent posting of my M1915 Feldbluse), I would like to share the latest addition to my developing mannequin setup.. I’m

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    "B.A." is Bekleidungsamt, literally the "clothing depot" from which these items were distributed from.

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    aicusv, the O-ring doesn’t seem to be any kind of quick release gadget.. there is nothing to connect it to (the pack straps only having the triangular loops at the ends), and I cannot see anything being much quicker than the already present hook system as it is.

    As I mentioned before, these appear to be a pretty standard fitting (though I have seen a very few without it), and always at the bottom left, so not for a specialist piece of kit..
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    I'll have to go back and look at period photos and see if I can find out what the ring was for. I don't believe mine has it.

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