US M1904 Pistol Ammo Pouch

US M1904 Pistol Ammo Pouch
This is a new recreation of the russet leather ammo box for revolver ammo adopted around 1904.  It is identical to the pattern used through the 1890's; only the color was changed.  see more detail below ...
 
Our PriceUS$ 25.00
Code103577000
Stock16
Weight0.11
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With the re-introduction of .45 caliber revolvers, the wooden block in the pouch was removed to accomodate the larger ammunition.  This pouch has 1 3/4 inch belt loops to fit on the M1904 garrison belt.
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