1878-1938

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Olive Drab Wool Elastique Cavalry Breeches (Original)


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Code: 104602000

We found a small supply of original and unissued wool breeches as issued to mounted units from 1938 until the cavalry was dismounted in 1944.  Most still have original cutter's tags.  Remember that these original breeches have tighter calves than our reproductions, and will not fit people with large legs.  Also, inseams are shorter than regular trousers, so these are normal lengths.

Price: US$ 95.00


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US M1904 First Aid Pouch

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Code: 104483000

This is a new reproduction of the first model of first aid pouch issued by the US Army, in 1904.  This one is smaller than the M1907 pouch and made to carry a cloth wrapped dressing similar to the British First Field Dressing.

Price: US$ 12.00

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US M1906 Bedding Blanket - Available to US Customers Only

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Code: 104424000
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Reproduction of the US Army blanket made to Quartermaster Corps 1906 specification No 807.
Price: US$ 42.00

Retail Price: US$ 75.00

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US M1906 Bedding Blanket - For Non-US Customers only

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Code: 104423000
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A beautiful reproduction of the US Army blanket made to Quartermaster Corps 1906 specification No 807. Size 66 x 84, olive drab 100% wool with dark stripes at each end and embroidered "US" in the center. This is the blanket carried by all Doughboys in the field.
Price: US$ 42.00

Retail Price: US$ 65.00

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US M1910 Mills Mounted Cartridge Belt

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Code: 104386000

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.

Price: US$ 95.00

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US M1910 Dismounted Cartridge Belt -US Army or USMC

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Code: 104342000

Reproduction. Select either US Army with Eagle snaps or USMC with EGA snaps.

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Price: US$ 95.00

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US M1912 Pistol Belt, 2nd Pattern

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Code: 104318000

This is a new reproduction of the Mills pistol belt modified with the addition of an eagle snap to secure the pistol magazine pocket.  This one is made in OD green like most originals.  This belt is available in either standard dismounted version or mounted version with saber chape for M1904 saber hanger.

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Price: US$ 32.00

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US Early Pattern US M1910 Entrenching Tool Carrier

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Code: 104288000
A new reproduction of the early pattern carrier adapted to the M1910 equipment. It is the same two-piece construction as the earlier M1907 model, but the Krag style belt hook has been changed to the two prong hook M1910 belt hook. These are made in the "pea green" color adopted in 1913. No markings, same as my original.
Price: US$ 14.00

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US M1905 Officer Leather Pistol Lanyard

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Code: 104282000
Officers were authorized a special braided leather pistol lanyard in the 1905 Regulations.  This is a beautiful recreation of this very scarce lanyard. Used on all pistols and revolvers.
Price: US$ 25.00

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US M1905 Rollneck Sweater

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Code: 104270000
This obscure medium weight sweater first appeared in the 1905 regulations, but examples dated as late as 1938 have been found. WPG has faithfully reproduced this beautiful sweater in 100% wool.
Price: US$ 68.00


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