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Old 10-10-2017, 03:55 PM   #16
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... while olive-green bags finished with a bit bigger "Prym6" snaps:
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Old 10-10-2017, 03:58 PM   #17
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Most were never or slightly used and shows staining shades from unproper storage:TT_5.jpg

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... which explains why were still a bit wet when I bought them:

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Great score mate!

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Hi,

Maybe i'm wrong, but i'm not confortable with those bags. And particullary with the Prym snaps. Seems the same marking stamp was used for all the bags !!!!!!

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David, thanks for input but there is no need to shout

Good observation. Stamps are not the same, I've put my attention to them also, close but no cigar:

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What's worry you with the snaps? I've always consider "PRYM4" and "PRYM6" as TEXTBOOK snaps. Contrary to "ORIGINAL PRYM" marked which are postwar.

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Maybe i'm wrong, but i'm not confortable with those bags. And particullary with the Prym snaps. Seems the same marking stamp was used for all the bags !!!!!!

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Old 10-11-2017, 04:42 AM   #22
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And finally:- sits well in my Sanitatstornister 34
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Hi,

No shout ; But i stay on my first opinion. Those Prym 4 snaps are clearly repro for sale on ebay.com in kit. And also by FJ WERKE for FJ helmet repro.

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I quickly checked my tornister internal bags and they have ordinary non-marked snaps.

Maybe some other members can check their examples?

However, I found Prym 4 snaps on some other medical pouches ( like the 'kleine instrumentenkocher' pouch, and some pouches stored in different besteck boxes ).

So originally they were offcourse used but can't comment on the snaps showed here. Hope it turns out to be good


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David,
would you please show us these repro snaps?

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No shout ; But i stay on my first opinion. Those Prym 4 snaps are clearly repro for sale on ebay.com in kit. And also by FJ WERKE for FJ helmet repro.

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Not the same ink stamps has beem used as I posted above. Now time for "fake Prym snaps": - AS I STATED BEFORE MY BAGS GOT TEXTBOOK SNAPS. Look:

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Thank you Jan Would you please add some pics of yours equipment finished with Prym4 snaps?


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I quickly checked my tornister internal bags and they have ordinary non-marked snaps.

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However, I found Prym 4 snaps on some other medical pouches ( like the 'kleine instrumentenkocher' pouch, and some pouches stored in different besteck boxes ).

So originally they were offcourse used but can't comment on the snaps showed here. Hope it turns out to be good


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Thank you Jan Would you please add some pics of yours equipment finished with Prym4 snaps?
Will do so this weekend

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Not the same ink stamps has beem used as I posted above. Now time for "fake Prym snaps": - AS I STATED BEFORE MY BAGS GOT TEXTBOOK SNAPS. Look:

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Not the same snaps. On the repro, the marking are too well stamped. If you want some other opinions, put the photos of YOURS Prym 4 and 6 snaps in the FJ Forum , please ?

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Hi,

I think your Prym 6 snaps are the same here :

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