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Old 05-19-2017, 05:15 PM   #76
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Better pics after its arrival. The long strap looks field repaired/installed.
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Old 07-03-2017, 06:03 AM   #79
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hello, here is a also interesting gascan, look at the lid, it was a early one where they have placed a second hook on so it can be used whit the closing
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Finally i could get hands on the Segeltuchtasche i once had for discussion here. Now with better pics I hope you still like it. IMO Reichswehr/RAD reissued.

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The cloth carrier looks good to me.
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hello, here is a also interesting gascan, look at the lid, it was a early one where they have placed a second hook on so it can be used whit the closing
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I somehow missed this reply. This is an interesting feature. I have seen only two other recycled M16 lids on GM17 canisters. This is one of them.
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You can still see where the wire "cage" was originally attached to the inside of the lid.
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The cloth carrier looks good to me.
Thank you Hans. And great Infos about that reissue gm16 can

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Old 09-10-2017, 06:35 PM   #85
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I just realized that I already discussed the recycled lid 10 years ago in this very thread. Oh well. I guess it was topical.

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