US M1910 Mills Garrison Belt

US M1910 Mills Garrison Belt
Museum quality reproduction of this rare belt.  Comes complete with two Clip pouches and bayonet frog.  All fitting blackened brass with all original markings.  Size options 42 inches and 48 inches completely extended.
 
Our PriceUS$ 75.00
Code103092000
Stock62
Weight0.7
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