US Army M1912 Leather Eagle Snap Magazine Pouch for M1911

US Army M1912 Leather Eagle Snap Magazine Pouch for M1911
This is a new reproduction from WHAT PRICE GLORY of the leather magazine pouch adopted in 1912 for use with the M1911 pistol.
 
Our PriceUS$ 29.00
Code103281000
Stock20
Weight0.11
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It copies original construction in all details including the blackened brass eagle snap closure.  This pouch would normally be worn on the M1912 garrison belt, along with the M1912 pistol holster and belt frog.  Enlisted men were also issued a leather clip pouch for M1903 Springfield ammo.   All these accessories are available from WPG.

I am offering this reproduction just as they were originally issued, in vegetable tanned undyed russet leather.  The leather will darken over time with exposure to saddle soap, oil and polish.  The metal is blackened brass as originally specified, although most originals were eventually polished.  Photo shows my reproduction and an original pouch for comparison  This offering is for the reproduction pouch only.  Pouch copies original markings, but with inspector initials of WPG.
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