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Old 12-29-2018, 06:56 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by wilhelm Saris View Post
Maybe to correct and in my opinion: it was not the Schützenschnur, but the precursor for the Fangschnur/Affenschaukel (the halter with snails). It weren't Dutch, but Wallonians that changed sides and served then for the Dutch.

The lanyard shown is for 98% one for a shooting association and one can still buy them in this form.
Hallo Wim;
You're probably right with that Fangschnur,however if that's the case Wikipedia and a lot of other websites should take note of this thread and change their info .
See what I mean;
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German...f_Marksmanship
All the best en prettige jaarwisseling.
groeten,
Kees
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