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One of the final pieces of the puzzle is the Y-straps or suspenders. This can be confusing for many as they are very basic, along with their attachment. Starting at the rear, attach the suspenders at the center of the rear of the belt following the line of your spine. The hook on the rear should sit above the belt with the extra length of strap and metal ring going behind and under the belt then back to attach to the hook. You should then adjust the Y-straps so that the part where the three sections come together sit in the center of your back as well the double d-rings should sit just below your shoulders. The double d-rings play a important part as they are the attachment points for the assault packs. The front straps for the suspenders needs to be routed over your shoulders with the right hand side being attached between the magazine pouch straps and the left hand side attached right beside the bayonet. The second set of straps on the front with the d-ring is to be used when wearing the assault pack.

OR5. Border guard officer overcoats with , 44 $,
size 48 $
OR6. NVA Wachregiment overcoats with , 44 $,size 48  $
OR7. Police officer/NCO overcoats complete with shoulder boards and
collar , 44-48 $,size 52 $,size 56 $
OR8. Police , 44 -48 $,size 52 $
OR9. Customs , 44-48 $,size 52 $, size 56 $


SS1. NVA EM grey 41 and under. $,size 42 and over $
SS3. NVA o fficers white jack 41 and under $,
size 42 and over $
SS4. NVA grey officers dress shirts. $

East german utv webbing

east german utv webbing


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