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Have these 2 bandoliers, one of which I bought from a company that made them so I know it's a re-pro. I just wondered how you can tell if one of these ie real WW2 or post war re-pro. Can't find any marks if that's the key. Thanks, B
 

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Need a better photo in order to read the stampings on the camo snap, they are not very clear/flashed out, and can't make them out. The weave of the camo one looks correct, and the very inside of the snap looks correct, but need a clearer photo of the stamps/letters as can't tell what they are.
 

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Good photo. Not an expert on these but thought there were a number of different makers of these bandolier snaps. I know some had just the plain "PRYM" stamp with a number "6", also a "Stocko" stamp. Ray
 

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"ORIGINAL 6/4B PRYM" was a wartime marking I believe - does missing the B letter matter?
(Caps is not me shouting, but reflective of the type-set used on the fastener.)
 

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Anyone have a known WW2 one, they care to share a picture of that button ?? B
 
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