US M1910 Mills Mounted Cartridge Belt

US M1910 Mills Mounted Cartridge Belt

This is a beautiful new reproduction of the Mills cartridge belt for mounted troops adopted in 1910.  This was the first 3-piece style cartridge belt.  It saw only limited production, but some were used in the 1916 Punitive Expedition.  The four front pockets hold 6 rounds of .38 revolver ammo or 5 rounds of .45 (Long Colt) revolver ammo.  In 1912, with the issue of the magazine pouch for the M1911 pistol, the magazine pouche was slid over the revolver ammo pouches.

 
Our PriceUS$ 75.00
Retail PriceUS$ 95.00
Code104386000
Stock67
Weight0.58
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