1878-1938

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US M1902 Officer Saber Knot

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Code: 103951000

A faithful recreation of the leather saber knot worn on the M1902 officer saber from 1902 to the present day (color changed to black in 1956).

Price: US$ 25.00

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US M1905 Cavalry Lariat

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Code: 103950000

A beautiful recreation of this scarce rope used to picket cavalry horses.  Brown japanned hardware.

Price: US$ 48.00

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US M1911 Sweater

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Code: 203906000
A beautiful recreation of the scarce sweater adopted by the Army in 1911 and used through WWI. Made in heavyweight 100% olive drab wool.

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Price: US$ 65.00

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US Sweater Vest

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Code: 103896000
The Sweater Vest was popular in both World Wars.  Some were issued, but the vast majority were knitted by volunteers and distributed by the Red Cross, in many different patterns.  This is a reproduction of one such pattern in 100% olive drab wool.
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Price: US$ 35.00

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USMC M1912 Mills .45 Auto Magazine Pouch

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Code: 103735000
A new reproduction of this extremely scarce item.  This web pouch was adopted in 1912 by both the Army and Marines.  This is the USMC version with EGA snaps.  It is the early pattern with no snap for securing on the belt.  Yes, Army version is coming soon.
Price: US$ 35.00

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US M1903 Mills Web Equipment Suspenders

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Code: 103734000
Beautiful reproduction of the very scarce equipment suspenders worn by the US Army while bringing the benefits of civilization to our unappreciative new colonies.  Unlike Mills suspenders, my repros are designed to fit people, with considerable extra length built into the middle strap.
Price: US$ 35.00

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US Patton Style Officer Riding Boot

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Code: 103725000

The 3-buckle style riding became popular in WWI, copied from British officers, and was in use until boots and breeches went out of style in mid-WWII.  These are very high quality boots, featuring a full soft leather lining.  Made to fit today's larger legs.  Order your regular size.

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Price: US$ 385.00

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US Post WWI Spur Straps

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Code: 103723000

The design of spur straps changed after WWI to a straight strap with no taper. Set of 4 straps, two upper and two lower.

Price: US$ 15.00

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US Stirrup Guards

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Code: 103722000

With the advent of laced riding boots, soldiers began wearing optional stirrup guards on the upper spur strap to protect the boot laces from wearing on the stirrup.  NOTE:  These guards will only fit on the post WWI untapered spur straps.

Price: US$ 12.00

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US M1910 Canvas Mills Bandolier

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Code: 103721000

This was the first bandolier adopted for the M1903 Springfield for use by the Cavalry.  These items were not sturdy, and are extremely rare today.  This WPG reproduction fills the void.  Eagle snaps on all pockets.

Price: US$ 75.00

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