US M1904/ 07 First Aid Pouch

US M1904/ 07 First Aid Pouch
A new reproduction of one of the earliest model of first aid pouch.  This is a Model 1904 pouch that has been modified to Model 1907 configuration by changing the hook and moving the snap studs slightly.  The changes were made to accomodate the new M1907 First Aid Packet.  These pouches were hung from the cartridge belt by a wire hook that passed through eyelets in the body of the pouch.  They were made of very sturdy canvas, and were still in use in WWI and even later.
 
Our PriceUS$ 12.00
Code104396000
Stock8
Weight0.2
11 Reviews


Shipping Cost
Shipping Method
 
Save wishlist

 

No recommended products at the moment.
 
US Jeep Cap
View Khaki wool knit cap with visor, reproduction.

click to see more

 
 
US Kerr No-Buckl Sling for M1903
Kerr No-Buckl Sling for M1903 Springfield. At some time either the Army or the Marines (or both) purchased the Kerr No-Buckl web sling for use on the M1903 Springfield and Trench Guns. Our Price: US$ 25.00

click to see more

 
 
British Army Issue Towel

New reproduction of this very scarce item. Plain white and unmarked, like many originals.

Our Price: US$ 5.00

click to see more

 
 
US Pre-WWI First Aid Packet
View Reproduction of the early olive drab painted brass First Aid Packet.

click to see more

 
 
US M1904 Belt Adapter for Springfield or Krag Bayonet
For duties not in the field, soldiers normally wore the leather garrison belt instead of the Mills web cartridge belt when under arms.
Our Price: US$ 9.00

click to see more