Now that I've got one, I'm wondering how the Long Luger Rig was ever used in combat. All those straps and flaps? Was the holster intended to hang off of the straps while in use? All the parts seems to be interconnected to each other somehow, so how did everything go together as a functional weapon without getting in the way? How was the German soldier armed with one of these supposed to react when the s--- hit the fan? Were they expected to have the gun assembled with the stock, and ready for use? Any information or opinions would be welcome.