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    I've been working on assembling a WWI setup. Actually I ended up with nearly two sets. I'd get something on ebay and then another one would come along with something else I needed and I ended up with extras. Needed a shelter half, wound up with three of them, all from the same purchase in that instance. I don't have that rolled up yet obviously. Blanket on it's way now. I don't understand what ever possessed them to design the haversack the way they did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn243 View Post
    what ever possessed them to design the haversack the way they did.
    There were some that it actually made sense to...but I prefer a rucksack. This one I think was meant to allow access to certain things without tearing it apart. Like the poncho maybe... Anyway, all mine is gone now. Nice M10 first aid pouch. Clean.

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