Sewed up a few things over the last few days;
First up, a narrow kidney pad (not waist belt) for the WW2 rucksack frame being used on a much newer, unknown manufacturer custom rucksack that is basically a copy of the WW2 Mountain Rucksack;, and then a cook pot/pan carrier that attaches to the rucksack via the M1910 wire hook. Lastly, I sewed up a simple black 500D Cordura satchel for 5 Redball 20rd magazines and 6 10 round Hi Point 995 magazines, with velcro patch panel, 1.5″ center release buckle, 1.5″ shoulder strap. The magazines are retained by 3″ elastic webbing
Kidney pad, made with 500D Cordura, 3/8″ Closed cell foam, 1.5″ webbing, 2 D rings, a tension strap
Close up of tension system using a plastic cam buckle
Another view of the tension system, lifted from the ALICE rucksack system
Cook system carrier, 3″ elastic band for the perimeter, 2″ black strap for M1910 hook, 1″ buckle strap with center open buckle
view of the closure system
The back of the carrier, showing how it all ties together to maintain positive retention of cook pots
Showing how the carrier attaches to the rucksack via a M1910 wire hook on the grommeted tabs
995 carbine magazine bag, made for a customer.
Interior shot of the magazine bag
The back of the magazine bag, You can clearly see the diagonals for the Redball magazines on the bottom half of the bag.