US M1907 Leather Sling

US M1907 Leather Sling
A new reproduction of the leather sling used on all US rifles 1905-1944.  This is not the funny-smelling Chinese product, but a totally new product. Blackened brass hardware, natural unissued color harness leather.
 
Our PriceUS$ 35.00
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Weight0.5
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Our slings are made the way they were originally issued, with blackened brass hardware. Over time, almost every sling ever made was polished to shiny brass, but they all started out blackened.
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