Danish M/50 bayonet frog | Sværdtaske M/50
By 1950, the Danish army had a peculiar problem. They had adopted a British style webbing (M/45-50), but US made small arms - the US made Garand. (Gevær M/50 in Denmark). The Bayonet for that particular riffle came with D-hook hangers, that could not be used together with the waist belt that was copied from the patt.´ 37 webbing belt. The solution was the introduction of a rather peculiar webbing extension: A square piece of webbing, with C-hooks on the back - and four brass loops on the front for attaching the US style D-hooks on the bayonet scabbard.
The webbing attachment was officially know as Sværdtaske M/50 (1), and was used together with both the M/45-50 and M/45-59 W.E.
1) Vejledning i anvendelse af hærens oppakningssystem", København, 1962: pp. 73-75. & "Uniform og Oppakning for Danske Styrker til Lands: De vigtigste bære- og opspændingsregler”, København: Gentofte Bogtrykkeri, 1954