I agree with Nick about the ammo pouch, it is post-WW1 Bulgarian. However, the M95 Rifle sling appears to be correct length, it should measure slightly under 38 inches. Too bad you missed it Barnrat, the price is quite reasonable, they are nearly impossible to find.Genuine Mannlicher slings are expensive, although this one appears too short. The ammo pouch is Bulgarian post-war and isn't worth much.
+1 When I bought my sling it came with the entire sling swivel. I didn't even try to remove it, just replaced the other sling swivel.may be impossible to put on a rifle without damaging, even destroying, the standing loop.
That is beautiful Nick. The M95 sling I own was off the rifle when I received it, the standing loop at the end was larger than the one on yours and especially larger than the one shown by the OP and it had been easily removed. I had at first thought that it had stretched in use but close examination showed that it was not distorted by stretching, it was simply made that way and most of the reproductions I make are manufactured with the larger loops like my original, this makes them easier to install and remove if needed, the tight loop as illustrated on John's slings allows the sling to be tightened when installed but if you look at original pictures of M95 slings in use, the troops have the slings fully extended, even when doing the manual of arms.+1 When I bought my sling it came with the entire sling swivel. I didn't even try to remove it, just replaced the other sling swivel.
I tried but it wasn't me; I got outbid as well!