Yugoslavian Army Rucksack
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American Owned and Operated
20+ Years In Business
Ships from Pennsylvania
Every military surplus item can tell a story, and these bags tell the story of the Croatian War of Independence. Seized from Serbian rebels during the war, these bags likely saw actual combat use. American collectors are lucky the Croatian government supports the surplus market and has decided to sell these war relics.
- Carry straps can be positioned to turn this from a rucksack into a shoulder bag.
- Leather straps can be used to tie gear to the pack.
- Exterior Velcro sealed pocket.
- Interior Cloth Covered Compartment (See Picture).
- Authentic Croatian War Trophy.
- 12" x 12" External Dimensions
- Weighs 1.5lbs
- Condition is Surplus Used
- Will Show Signs Of Use or Storage (some will have writing or missing buttons
Inside the main compartment on the left is a drawstring closeable vertical cloth compartment. You can see this on the right of the open picture. There is also a small non sealable compartment in the bottom center (think of a cup of cloth.
My outside front pocket closes with vertical directional snaps not velcro as mentioned. Don't just yank on these or you might rip something. There are directional indicators on the snaps. If you don't know how it works, experiment. You need to pull down on the flap, then up and off for each snap.
The black metal hardware used for securing main straps is in good+ shape, with some rust. The flexibility of using the straps in backpack or over the shoulder configuration is nice, and its a first (for me) seeing the lower loop straps on a bag this size. They are ideal, say if the weather changes and you want to take off your jacket, you could roll it up and then stow it away there.
All in all, a sweet little bag. I ordered 2, one for a friend, and will be ordering 1 more because these just rock for 5.95.
But its not Cordura or heavy gauge canvas. Treat it with respect and it should last.
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