US M1917 Sword Carrier for Patton Sword

US M1917 Sword Carrier for Patton Sword

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.

 
Our PriceUS$ 60.00
Code103715000
Stock10
Weight0.4
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