British Patttern Pack Saddle

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hbtoday98 wrote:http://cas.awm.gov.au/item/H10346
try this link the york are clearly seen on on the pack saddles
Are these pack saddles, or a variant of the UP used in harness?


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http://cas.awm.gov.au/item/C00673
the angle the pole comes up at fit ox or mule and horse the may be an INDIA'N CART used with gs pack saddle
http://cas.awm.gov.au/item/A01266
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these two up packs were us for?? OMR stands for Otago mounted rifles there use could be machine or in trenching tools there not gs pack saddle but the boards do look like the swivel 1902?? for sale on trademe
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The top frame is a Machine Gun for the MG pack saddle.
The Pads maybe replacement post WW1

The second Is the Pack Saddle Large intended to take the Cacolets or litters, if required.
Another pack saddle I will draw at some stage.

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Pat Holscher wrote:Nice example of UP packsaddle in use, 1920, Palestine.

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