British or Commonwealth Leather Magazine Pouch for M1911 Pistols

British or Commonwealth Leather Magazine Pouch for M1911 Pistols
This is a new reproduction of the 3-pocket magazine pouch that was commonly used by British and Canadian officers and other ranks during WWI for the Colt automatic in either .45 ACP or .455 Colt.
 
Our PriceUS$ 35.00
Code205705000
Stock5
Weight.2
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Originals are nearly impossible to find. The belt loops are wide enough to fit over a standard Sam Browne belt ( 2 1/4 inches).

This style pouch was also adopted by Norway after WWI.
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