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    A very cool document ! Thanks for to show it us !...

    A very cool document ! Thanks for to show it us !

    Antoni
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    Very nice kits! Thanks for showing them here...

    Very nice kits! Thanks for showing them here stewartb and pwcosol !

    These images are a clear example of the great diversity in the kits marked with the arr/rco code and also in the pieces that...
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    These tools are original and the markings surely...

    These tools are original and the markings surely refer to Heeres-Zeugamt Ingolstadt, one of the largest army depots in southern Germany.
    Personally, all Hülsenkopfwischers observed with these...
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    Sorry, the tool is not mine. A collector sent me...

    Sorry, the tool is not mine. A collector sent me this photo in 2015. I asked for more detailed photos but received no response.

    Antoni
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    Here another adf/41 tool, note the crude...

    Here another adf/41 tool, note the crude manufacture of the eye for the Reinigungsdochte.
    Take in mind that the tool was used for to clean the Hülsenkopf of the Mod.98 weapons. IMHO too crude for a...
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    I find this style of font very unusual in the...

    I find this style of font very unusual in the German secret letter codes and also to stamp the markings near the pin is not a good idea, as this is the weak point of the Hülsenkopfwischer.
    Has...
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    Thanks pwcosol, I had missed your old post. I...

    Thanks pwcosol, I had missed your old post.
    I maintain my opinion, I have doubts about these tools.

    Antoni
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    These Hülsenkopfwischers show unique...

    These Hülsenkopfwischers show unique characteristics and honestly, I don't like them and have many doubts.
    Fonts of letters and numbers are atypical, the markings stamped very close to the plug, in...
  9. Thread: The Post WW2 Rg34

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    There are some of these post war knotted link...

    There are some of these post war knotted link chains that made use of leftover or recycled standard rotating head pieces from the war and I am assuming these chains were assembled in the early post...
  10. Thread: The Post WW2 Rg34

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    In my post I referred to the general use chain...

    In my post I referred to the general use chain type.

    Here the cover of a catalog of the Monheimer Ketten und Metallwarenindustrie Pötz & Sand firm from the thirties. Note the first upper chain.
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    Another DDR kit ... The Behälter is a marked...

    Another DDR kit ...

    The Behälter is a marked ab44 without the inner parts separator, the paint appears to be the original gray from wartime manufacture. No Waffenamt present !
    The content is the...
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    These kits appear to have been manufactured for...

    These kits appear to have been manufactured for export to Portugal and have peculiar pieces inside that appear to be non-standard Wehrmacht. The tin case itself shows some minor differences from...
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    I think like pwcosol, no one is infallible. I...

    I think like pwcosol, no one is infallible. I think also without a doubt these types of chains need more research, as well as many other points related to the Rg34.

    With the information available...
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    59 links, long beads, different patch loop,...

    59 links, long beads, different patch loop, S-links "twisted"...post war chain.

    Antoni
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    This is a "funde" kit in a terrible bad...

    This is a "funde" kit in a terrible bad condition, but it's interesting because upon close inspection you cannot see any markings on its lids.
    It's from Gustav Appel late war manufacture and it was...
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    Slash, I found a similar one in my collection, ...

    Slash, I found a similar one in my collection, although well rusted !
    The Waffenamt is barely visible on the left on the main lid. The small compartment lid has no Waffenamt.
    I ask me if these...
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    An undated cmr marked kit from Hawig firm,...

    An undated cmr marked kit from Hawig firm, presumably manufactured in 1941.
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    Great idea Slash ! And thanks for posting these...

    Great idea Slash ! And thanks for posting these extremely rare Behälters !

    I think with millions of Rg34s made there must be many rarities or unusual parts, especially towards the end of the war...
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    Thanks for your words Léo ! With regard to...

    Thanks for your words Léo !



    With regard to the double marked chain (ayw/eoz) these seem to be ersatz cleaning chains and one question arises...who asembled them ? Kyffhäuserhütte or the firm...
  20. Thread: The Post WW2 Rg34

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    Thanks Slash ! A very interesting research about...

    Thanks Slash ! A very interesting research about the post war kits !

    Antoni
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    Very interesting to see the use of the Gustav...

    Very interesting to see the use of the Gustav Appel logo after the war !

    Here the first post war manual for the Reinigungsgerät 34, published in May 1951 for the Border Guards.
    This manual is the...
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    G. Appel after the war

    It seems that the Gustav Appel firm after the war also continued to engage in the manufacture of cleaning material for weapons.
    On November 15, 1951, this company patented another cleaning kit case,...
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    A good idea pwcosol ! Here some pictures of a...

    A good idea pwcosol !

    Here some pictures of a rusted post war West German RG34 from Geco manufacturer. Unfortunately it came empty.
    Note the manufacturer's logo and the markings "RG 34" stamped...
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    I think the chains shown in the first picture by...

    I think the chains shown in the first picture by Slash (typical late cmr) are the most common in late 1944 and 1945 kits. As Slash said these chains usually have the first link cover behind the patch...
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    Peter Schlesinger as subcontractor.

    Thanks Slash ! Unfortunately, written information about these companies is very scarce.

    I am the opinion that Peter Schlesinger supplied also cleaning chains after stopping the production of...
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