Show: 25 36 50 75 German ww2 breadbag for Wehrmach or Waffen SS. Mid war issue, good condition, completed with original shoulder belt. View Details. Wehrmacht or Waffen SS breadbag. Luftwaffe canvas breadbag. Pre-war made Luftwaffe canvas breadbag. Pre-war made.
Pre-war made example. Marked by military depot with precision tv iptv marking - The canvas straps are cut by the owner and the bag used only with the shoulder belt. Waffen SS. It's really hard to find the SS backpack completed with SS label, because most labels were deleted or lost.
WW2 German Rucksack
Not often seen example of TODT field gear. Complete set with all straps. Found at the attic of an old farm in north Germany. Unclear condition as found with attic dust. Unissued original WW2 German slings for bread bags, early and late type issue.
Each side is flanked by identical secondary pouches, each of which measures approximately 9 inches by 5 inches and includes small storm flaps that are secured by another set of large, quick-release plastic buckles. Though each rucksack appears to have been previously issued, they remain in good condition and ready to continue service. As they have been issued, some of the rucksacks show signs of wear and tear, with some even showing evidence of being repaired in the field by soldiers, which provides a unique historical aspect for those pieces.
The NSN for the German alpine rucksack iswhich identifies it as a feldgepaeckor what I assume translates loosely to "field pack. The remaining digits signify its item number. Out of stock. Subscribe to back in stock notification. Add to Wish List Add to Compare. German Alpine Rucksack.
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Does anyone know what this is used for? There is also another metal hangar attached to the frame on the lower right side. This one has a clip which does close securely. What is missing from this Avery rucksack is the waist belt. Community Forum Software by IP. View New Content U.
German WW2 1941 Rucksack with Leather Straps
Three pockets on the outside of the bag carried extra gear. Felt pads on both the back support and the shoulder straps eased the burden. Brass snap hooks closed the two side pockets and the cover flap. The pattern rucksacks were made during late and into early Being based on a typical commercial rucksack, this first army rucksack was poorly suited for military use.
The National Ski Association's Winter Equipment Committee reviewed the rucksack at the War Department's request and suggested twelve improvements that the QMC then incorporated into the next generation rucksack. With the adoption of the Specification J.
Because the two patterns never overlapped within the supply system, they were never known as the M or M version. Its official name was always just "Rucksack. The frame can be attached to form a rudimentary sled. Posted 16 January - AM Dave, good thread, lets try to keep it going.
RobinB has one of the first pattern with rattan frame. Hopefully he will see this and post it. Posted 16 January - AM Winter camo cover mfg info. Posted 17 January - AM Here's my early rattan frame model.
The German Flecktarn Combat Rucksack is constructed almost entirely of water-resistant Cordura nylon. This synthetic fiber is known for extreme durability and resistance to abrasions, which make it a great choice for construction of packs like this one from the German Army. With any backpack but especially with large packs like this durability is essential. Cordura nylon construction will ensure that your pack holds all of your gear and does not fail when you need it most.
The carrying capacity of this back is enormous and it has been specially designed to maximize loading and carrying. With the main compartment you have both top and bottom access with a carefully designed opening. The bottom access point is achieved by exposing the covered zipper and unzipping the entire length of the bottom of the pack which will expose the bottom waterproof drawstring extension. You can quickly access gear that may have been loaded at the bottom of your pack without having to remove items that rest on top.
For top access there is a buckle closed top flap that is designed to also offer three smaller external pockets that can be used to store essentials that you may need frequent access to. Out of stock. Subscribe to back in stock notification. Add to Wish List Add to Compare. German Flecktarn Combat Rucksack.
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WW2 German Artillery Rucksack . EFL2490
Quality 1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars.The U. By the end of the war, completely new equipment of all types had been designed and issued to most troops. This was true with combat packs as much as any other equipment. Many specialized pack designs were used during World War II, for example the Mountain Rucksack issued to mountain troops and, later, Special Forces or the Jungle Pack that was issued not only to forces operating in the Pacific jungles, but also in the ETO.
For heavy or irregular loads such as ammo boxes, crew served weapons machine gunsmortar or just miscellaneous cargo, the packboard was issued and used. Some troops carried unique bags or packs associated with electronic or mechanical equipment they were issued like mine detectors or radios. Many types of "dispatch bag" or "map bag" canvas carriers were in use in addition to the musette bag which could be a pack or a shoulder bag. For infantry in combat, the main line of field and cargo packs were these, each with its own Olive-Drab page:.
There were revisions in load carrying systems for the Army inand although these were minor redesigns still using belt, suspenders, and one or two carrying units attached. The components were the beginning of the use of nylon fabrics and the slide keepers in place of the hook attachments that dated from There are many fine websites that have additional information on this topic, too many to list here and too many to keep up with as they come and go.
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Return packages must include a copy of the original packing slip to ensure processing. Note: If the packing sling is not included, your return may experience delays in processing or not be processed at all. Add to Wish List Compare this Product. Related Products. Add to Wish List. Compare this Product. Add to Cart. German Paratrooper Helmet with correct period Chickenwire Made with our 18 gauge st. New Add to Wish List.The rucksack originated with the needs of Alpine troops, such as the 10th Mountain Division, and other special forces.
A mountain soldier could not fit all of his gear into the M haversackthe Army's standard backpack at the beginning of World War II. Even if he could, the haversack carried the weight high on his back and it shifted side to side, throwing him off balance while skiing or climbing. Thus, the Army needed something more practical for these soldiers. Army Mountain Rucksack with intrenching tool and machete attached. Inthe Wood Yukon Expedition investigated several types of rucksacks and packframes for their potential for Army use.
They recommended that a rucksack "capable of carrying all of the mountain and ski trooper's equipment should be developed. Various designs were tried and refined based on feedback from the tests. Jeffersonvile Quartermaster Depot continued to refine the rucksack's features, eventually leading to Tentative Specification J.
The J. The Mountain Rucksack consisted of essentially a canvas sack, closed at the top by a drawstring, with a covering flap and pockets at the back and sides.
It had web shoulder straps and a web belly strap. There was a detachable tubular steel frame at the front, which took much of the weight of the loaded rucksack off the shoulders, and placed it just above the hips. The frame also served to hold the loaded frame somewhat away from the back so that the pack was ventilated and excessive sweating did not take place. The lower frame curved around the back, projecting forward in the lower part of the frame, curved toward the front of the body just above the hips and kept the rucksack, with its load, from swinging sideways and destroying balance during rapid movements.
Two of the frames, when detached from their sacks, could be attached to skis to form an emergency sled. The main load of the mountain soldier, including cooking equipmentrationssleeping bagtent and extra clothingwas stowed inside the rucksack. Maps and other articles which might be needed during the march were placed in the outside pockets or a flat pocket in the cover flap.
There were attachments for the bayonet or machetethe rifle and the intrenching tool. The rifle attachment was a snap link, added to the original design, that clipped to the butt sling swivel.
The rifle was carried over the right shoulder alongside the rucksack, where it could be reached and unsnapped quickly for use. Meanwhile, the rifle was kept out of the way of the soldier who needed his hands for ski poles or for climbing.
A white cover was issued with the rucksack for camouflage use in snowy country. There are many fine websites that have additional information on this topic, too many to list here and too many to keep up with as they come and go. Use this Google web search form to get an up to date report of what's out there. For good results, try entering this: army rucksack. Then click the Search button.