Soviet carrying belt for wounded, canvas, surplus

3.99 USD
Soviet carrying belt for wounded, canvas, surplus
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A long strap, made of strong canvas. These are meant for carrying the wounded or evacuating drunks, but these double up as good project material if strong strap is required. Included is even a metal buckle.

5,5 cm wide, 3,7 m long.

Condition

Unissued, dug out from Estonian army storage facilities, these are probably old soviet era surplus. Although these are pretty strong, we have no idea of their actual strength.

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5/5
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06.08.2017
Awesome quality straps. Perfect for your DIY projects.
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4.5/5
I would recommend for a friend
30.09.2017
They're not pretty, but that's part of their appeal. These strong straps are great for a number of different tasks, from lashing things to a hiking bag, to making a small clothesline, to be used in part of an emergency stretcher, these have so many different uses.
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5/5
I would recommend for a friend
02.10.2017
A monster of a belt. Perfect for heavy duty tasks. Rolled up in a bundle, it fits easily in your bag and it weights almost nothing. Too big for trousers though :P
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