UK 1903 Pattern Leather Cavalry 9-Pocket Bandolier

UK 1903 Pattern Leather Cavalry 9-Pocket Bandolier
The 1903 leather equipment included a 9-pocket bandolier for cavalry, and a 5-pocket bandolier for everyone else. This is the scarce 9-pocket model, carefully recreated right down to the grained leather on the pockets. Each pocket holds two five round charger clips for .303 ammunition. It is made larger than originals to fit modern people.
 
Our PriceUS$ 98.00
Code204281000
Stock32
Weight0.9
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