German Duffel Bag Lock (4-Pack)

I think it is fair to assume that everyone loves a nice sense of security. I mean, who is comfortable with having to constantly look over their shoulder in fear? Not me, that is for sure. The sense of security is instilled at infancy when your mother swaddles you in a blanket to get you to shut up for a minute or two. But, as everyone knows, infants grow into young children and so too must swaddling evolve. That is where being tucked in for bedtime comes into play. Is there any more secure feeling than being tucked into bed by your mother? Not even monsters can get you when you are fully tucked in. Adults have a need for security as well. They purchase firearms specifically for home and personal protection. Not to mention the thousands spent on alarm systems.


So does it come as any surprise that militaries all over the world are concerned with the security of their soldiers? Of course it does not. Even something as simple as a duffel bag requires security, which is why you can thank the Bundeswehr, or German armed forces, for the German duffel bag lock.


The German duffel bag lock, now available at Keepshooting.com, is a steel lock designed to be used with military-style duffel bags that feature grommet-lined openings. These locks are authentic German military surplus that make excellent collectibles while keeping would-be thieves at bay.


How often do military surplus products come along that have real-world applications outside of reenactments? The German duffel bag lock is not only collectible, it is useable. You can pick up a 4-pack today for the insanely low price of $9.95.

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Everyone knows that the best kind of military surplus is German military surplus. And that is exactly what we are offering today with these authentic German duffel bag locks. Each lock is cast from plated steel and looks to be unissued, though that cannot be confirmed. Measuring approximately 4.5 inches wide, the German duffel bag lock is more than capable of securing your military-style duffel bag.

To use, simply run the lock through the grommets lining the opening of your duffel bag. The attached retaining clip makes securing the lock simple as it can be slipped easily over the eyelet. For enhanced security, a padlock can be used in conjunction with the lock. That ought to show those pesky pilferers.

Where else but Keepshooting.com can you find authentic German military surplus for prices this low? Even if you do not like German surplus, you can still afford to purchase the German duffel bag locks just for the heck of it. As noted, you will receive four German duffel bag locks for the low price of $9.95. They are perfect for:

- Collections

- Reenactments

- Travel

- Long-term storage

- Much more…

Supplies are limited so buy yours today!

Not-So-Fun Fact

According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, the word “duffel” dates back to the 1670s and comes from a town (Duffel) in Belgium where the material used in making duffel bags originated.

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SKU GDBL
Manufacturer German Army Surplus
Free Shipping N/A
Construction Steel
Condition Excellent
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Brand new, perfect
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These are clearly brand new/unissued and very well made. And a great value too.

The only downside is that the are too big for the grommets on my bag which are 1/2". They are really are substantial! I measure the widest part that passes through the holes as 0.522" / 13.55mm

Review by Dave (Posted on 9/19/2016)
Put it on my grandads bag
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I bought this to close my grandads old war bag. Functional and strong! Review by seth (Posted on 7/9/2016)
Best thing I know of for the job.
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I have a few duffle bags down the basement. These are the best thing I know of for closing them. These are very well made, I feel like I could pull a vehicle out of the mud with one of these, although I am not going to try. Review by Manyclunkers (Posted on 7/24/2012)
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