M1874 Clothing Bag Type II

M1874 Clothing Bag Type II
M1874 Clothing Bag Type II
M1874 Clothing Bag Type II
These are new reproductions of US issue clothing bag adopted in 1874
 
Our PriceUS$ 48.00
Code106256000
Stock15
Weight.8
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The 1874 clothing bag was was modified several times, and this offering is known as the Type II. This model is the same as the Type I except the rubberized coating on the top flap has been omitted.

We have included the bottom strap that is usually missing on originals, intended for linking the clothing bag to the haversack when wearing the complete 1874 equipment. It is made of unbleached cotton canvas and measures 11" x 10" x 4".

Cloth sling with Chambers buckle is included.
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