Reproduction MK VII (MARK SEVEN) Bag as used by Indiana Jones

Reproduction MK VII (MARK SEVEN) Bag as used by Indiana Jones
Reproduction MK VII (MARK SEVEN) Bag as used by Indiana Jones
Reproduction MK VII (MARK SEVEN) Bag as used by Indiana Jones
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Our PriceUS$ 28.00
Retail PriceUS$ 36.00
Code101913000
Stock161
Weight0.6
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These bags copy all the features of the original one right down to the brass eyelets on the bottom, the metal disc on the side, and all the internal pockets and dividers (one small omission – the center divider is not further divided into two compartments).

THIS IS THE BAG ONLY WITHOUT ANY STRAP. IF YOU WANT A LEATHER STRAP YOU MUST ORDER IT SEPARATELY BY CLICKING THE BOX BELOW.

THE STORY: The original Indiana Jones bag was a British Army surplus Mk VII respirator bag. I purchased the entire world's supply several years ago -found them in a huge warehouse full of dusty wooden crates - and promptly sold out of them. After searching the world for years for more of them, in caves, tombs, and secret submarine bases, I concluded that they are extinct, so I made up 1000 new ones. Those bags promptly sold out to delighted IJ fans around the world, and demand seems to be endless, so I have now made up another 1000.

THE BAG: These bags copy all the features of the original one right down to the brass eyelets on the bottom, the metal disc on the side, and all the internal pockets and dividers (one small omission – the center divider is not further divided into two compartments). Bag made of real cotton canvas.

HOW TO ATTACH THE LEATHER STRAP TO THE BAG?
Remove the brass chicago screw from the end of the strap. Thread that end of strap through one ring on the bag, through the buckle on the strap, and attach the end to the other ring on the bag using the chicago screw.

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