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If he was a "Hinrichs", the surname is very common in northern Germany.In ewiger (?) / ehrlicher (?) Kameradschaft
Salzburg, 6.6. 44 H. Hinrichs
Could be translated as "Heinrich's son", or in Low German as "Hinnerk", another short form of Heinrich / Hinrich.
Hard to read, but I always rely on my first impression.
Typical South German / Bavarian , or even Austrian hunting clothes, unfortunately, I can not contribute more...
On his left shoulder the barrel of a hunting rifle, not a shotgun, one was stalking a buck, a chamois, but not feathered game.