UK Complete Sam Browne Belt Rig NEW IMPROVED (For Non-US Customers only)

UK Complete Sam Browne Belt Rig NEW IMPROVED (For Non-US Customers only)
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This is a much improved version of our complete Sam Browne belt equipment. The leather is much better quality and the brass hardware is improved. Set consists of belt with two shoulder braces, holster, sword frog and leather ammo pouch. Leather color is lighter, but can be darkened easily to suit the wearer.
 
Our PriceUS$ 125.00
Retail PriceUS$ 148.00
Code204902000
Stock9
Weight1.35
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