1878-1938

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US Patton Style Officer Riding Boot

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Code: 103725000

The 3-buckle style riding became popular in WWI, copied from British officers, and was in use until boots and breeches went out of style in mid-WWII.  These are very high quality boots, featuring a full soft leather lining.  Made to fit today's larger legs.  Order your regular size.

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Price: US$ 385.00

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US Post WWI Spur Straps

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Code: 103723000

The design of spur straps changed after WWI to a straight strap with no taper. Set of 4 straps, two upper and two lower.

Price: US$ 15.00

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US Stirrup Guards

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Code: 103722000

With the advent of laced riding boots, soldiers began wearing optional stirrup guards on the upper spur strap to protect the boot laces from wearing on the stirrup.  NOTE:  These guards will only fit on the post WWI untapered spur straps.

Price: US$ 12.00

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US M1910 Canvas Mills Bandolier

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Code: 103721000

This was the first bandolier adopted for the M1903 Springfield for use by the Cavalry.  These items were not sturdy, and are extremely rare today.  This WPG reproduction fills the void.  Eagle snaps on all pockets.

Price: US$ 75.00

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US M2 Holster for M1917 Revolvers

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Code: 103720000
In 1942 the Army re-issued old stocks of M1917 .45 ACP revolvers, but a new holster was adopted. 
Price: US$ 48.00

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US M1909 Holster for .45 Caliber Revolver

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Code: 103719000
This a beautiful reproduction of the holster adopted in 1909 for the new .45 Caliber revolver.  The same holster was also used for the Colt and S&W M1917 revolvers adopted during WWI.
Price: US$ 48.00

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US Officer Saber Carrier

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Code: 103716000

This saddle mounted carrier was designed for the M1902 officer saber, but will also fit the M1912 Patton Officer Sword in it's metal scabbard.  It has a belly strap to go around the horse and secure the saber from excessive movement.  This is a museum quality reproduction.  Saber is not included.

Price: US$ 60.00

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US M1917 Sword Carrier for Patton Sword

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Code: 103715000

This saddle mounted saber carrier was designed in 1917 to replace the failed M1912 carrier for the Patton Sword.  Not many were made, and they were generally used only by officers.  This carrier fits the M1912 Patton Sword with the field scabbard.  This is a museum quality reproduction.  Scabbard is not included.

Price: US$ 60.00

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US Mills M1912 Cavalry Bandolier

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Code: 103635000

A fantastic recreation of this rare bandolier.  Weaving is copied exactly, with double woven bottoms on pockets.  All Mills markings copied including the stamping on the belt tip.  Eagle snaps on all pockets.

Price: US$ 125.00

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US M1911 Campaign Hat

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Code: 103624000

Officially known as "Hat, Service."  This is a very high quality reproduction of the earliest model of the Montana Peak style campaign hat adopted in 1911.  It is made of 10X quality Nutria fur, with a high quality sheepskin sweatband and all details as authentic as I can get them. ... read more below

Price: US$ 250.00

Retail Price: US$ 298.00


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