US Kerr No-Buckl Sling for M1917

US Kerr No-Buckl Sling for M1917
Kerr No-Buckl Sling for M1917 Enfield Rifle. The Enfield required a longer version of the Kerr sling because the sling swivels are farther apart. This sling is also available now.
 
Our PriceUS$ 25.00
Code100809000
Stock414
Weight0.14
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