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Not sure where to post this, so relocate if necessary. Found this at a flea mkt. cheap and bought it, but don't know what rifle it's for. Looks to be very complete and good condition. Several of a few parts. Appreciate any info!
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Maybe but the oil bottles look Warsaw Pact(ish) to me?
The magazine adapter looks like its for 7.62mm NATO as well.
 

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Not sure where to post this, so relocate if necessary. Found this at a flea mkt. cheap and bought it, but don't know what rifle it's for. Looks to be very complete and good condition. Several of a few parts. Appreciate any info! View attachment 3884540
I see a Magazine Loader/Stripper Clip Guide for a 1918 BAR and possibly a Flash Hider. In the upper right corner there are two BAR extractors, two take-down pins and a firing pin.

Not certain about the webbing or the oilers; and the combination wrench doesn't look correct for a BAR.

Using DuckDuckGo, searching for "east german tool roll" I got two hits: one from GunPartsCorp (Numrich) and one from Etsy, both of which are Out of Stock and neither provide any details other than dimensions on the Etsy listing.

.https://www.etsy.com/listing/246522349/armorers-tool-roll-military-surplus?show_sold_out_detail=1&ref=nla_listing_details



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I see a Magazine Loader/Stripper Clip Guide for a 1918 BAR and possibly a Flash Hider. In the upper right corner there are two BAR extractors, two take-down pins and a firing pin.

Not certain about the webbing or the oilers; and the combination wrench doesn't look correct for a BAR.

Using DuckDuckGo, searching for "east german tool roll" I got two hits: one from GunPartsCorp (Numrich) and one from Etsy, both of which are Out of Stock and neither provide any details other than dimensions on the Etsy listing.

.https://www.etsy.com/listing/246522349/armorers-tool-roll-military-surplus?show_sold_out_detail=1&ref=nla_listing_details



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I noticed the BAR firing pin etc on the top
not sure on the wrench,

besides the US, FN made the Mod D and didn' t Sweden use the BAR as well?
 

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I appreciate all the replies, gonna put up some better pics later. I did see a BAR extractor somewhere that looked like these.
 

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Looks like an FN model D BAR to me. I've got a couple of those. The polish and Swede kits are different in how they store the parts using metal cans and such. Could still be any of the BAR varieties though.

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Amafrank, You're spot on. That L-shaped device with the square ended shank may be a Ruptured Case
Extractor for FN Model D, according to Numrich:


And if you scroll to the bottom of the page you will find the FN Model D combination tool, too.

Still not sure who made the tool roll. Probably someone's put-together?

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Found pics of the firing pins and extractors, and flash hiders. You guys are correct, definately BAR parts, just can't find any pics of that wrench. Thanks for the help!
 

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FN-D parts - don't fall into the trap of thinking the web gear and all goes with it. All those parts would not be in a gunners kit, so my guess is some one put it togther.
 

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I disagree that it's Brit. I can think of almost none of their stuff that used leather strapping.

By contrast, a lot of Euro countries liked their webbing and ordered some... It looks continental. Leather-on-webbing always does, to me.
 

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Took a better look and only found a small mark on wrench, I can't make out, and marks on both firing pins. Oh well, at least figured out that its BAR related. Maybe someone may need it now that I know what its for. I don't figure I'll ever have one! Thanks for all the help.
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BAR firing pins and Extractors,

the 1 2 3 on the tool will be referenced in a manual,

I cannot make out the marks you indicate other than the 8 on the firing pin
 
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