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    jose ramon
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    17 straps

    Post by jose ramon on Sun Mar 09, 2014 5:06 pm

    Hello, I recently found this set of straps, 17 in total, some I can identify them, other, no idea, I leave the pictures in case I you can help, if you need more photos of any detail, do not hesitate to ask me:

    This first group of 1 to 4. These seem the webbing from a English pattern 37 or a similar clone, perhaps Greek.


    In this second group, 7 and 8, would be from the DDR, to hold the Zeltbahn or a marmite to the backpack.
    9, looks like a strap from a type M1 helmet.
    10, gives me the earmarks of being Belgian, the camo and plastic thermoforming, if I'm right.
    11, 37 Pattern Brace Attachment.
    The rest of the group, no idea.


    The third group, no idea.
    I hope that together, we can identify this 17 pieces.

    Thanks in advance.
    JR

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    Re: 17 straps

    Post by Gulf91 on Mon Mar 10, 2014 4:19 am

    jose ramon wrote:Hello, I recently found this set of straps, 17 in total, some I can identify them, other, no idea, I leave the pictures in case I you can help, if you need more photos of any detail, do not hesitate to ask me:

    This first group of 1 to 4. These seem the webbing from a English pattern 37 or a similar clone, perhaps Greek.


    In this second group, 7 and 8, would be from the DDR, to hold the Zeltbahn or a marmite to the backpack.
    9, looks like a strap from a type M1 helmet.
    10, gives me the earmarks of being Belgian, the camo and plastic thermoforming, if I'm right.
    11, 37 Pattern Brace Attachment.
    The rest of the group, no idea.


    The third group, no idea.
    I hope that together, we can identify this 17 pieces.

    Thanks in advance.
    JR

    1-4 British 37 Patt Shoulder straps for the Small and Large Pack.

    9 One half of an M1 Helmet chin strap,not sure what country,have had a few of this type but never been able to ID them.

    11 37 Patt Officers Brace Extender

    13,15,16,British 44 Pattern straps that are something to do with the Manpack carrier by the look of things.


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    Re: 17 straps

    Post by CollectinSteve on Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:52 am

    #10 is definitely Belgian, but I do not recognize what it is used for. Straps like this are used on the LBV, large backpack, and other pieces of equipment, but I think they are always permanently attached. But maybe one of the straps can be removed. I don't remember.

    Steve

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    Re: 17 straps

    Post by jose ramon on Mon Mar 10, 2014 4:34 pm

    Thanks! Only a few left to identify!
    So:
    01 British 37 Patt Shoulder straps for the Small and Large Pack
    02 British 37 Patt Shoulder straps for the Small and Large Pack
    03 British 37 Patt Shoulder straps for the Small and Large Pack
    04 British 37 Patt Shoulder straps for the Small and Large Pack
    05
    06
    07 DDR Strap
    08 DDR Strap
    09 M1 Helmet chin strap (unidentified)
    10 Belgian Strap
    11 British 37 Pattern Brace Attachment.
    12
    13 British 44 Pattern straps
    14
    15 British 44 Pattern straps
    16 British 44 Pattern straps
    17

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    Re: 17 straps

    Post by Easy Gee on Tue Mar 11, 2014 5:09 pm

    Hi Jose, number 9 look's to me like a Belgium M51 chinstrap, these last type of chinstrap were worn on the shell prior to the issue of the Schuberth B826, M95 model. The attachment was a combination of the original M1 design and the M1 M73 model chinstrap, which is cool as it matches number 10 for it's Belgie connection.

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    Re: 17 straps

    Post by teysseire1972 on Wed Mar 12, 2014 8:53 pm

    The 5 and 6 are French backpack straps.




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    Re: 17 straps

    Post by jose ramon on Thu Mar 13, 2014 3:41 pm

    THANKS!!!   Very Happy
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