US Model 1910 Mounted Cartridge Belt
Item #: WR940
This is a Model 1910 Mounted cartridge belt used during World War I. The belt was manufactured by Mills and has 8 puckered cartridge pockets for rifle ammunition and 4 smaller cartridge pocket for pistol ammunition. The belt is constructed of two separate cartridge sections connected by a belt with a brass connecting link at each end. The belt and each cartridge section has a Mills cartridge ink stamp above a 1912 date. The connecting links still retain most of the black anodizing and are stamped "MILLS PAT. JAN. 29, 1901/MAR 29, 1904/JUL 16, 1907". The material still retains it's original khaki color and has only light staining in a couple of areas. The pocket flap of the second pocket on the left side is damaged along the edge. All eagle snaps on the pockets work perfectly. The eyelets on the bottom edge of the belt are all present, the left side being oval and the right side round. This cartridge belt is in very good condition. This is the model of mounted cartridge belt worn by the troops that went on the Punitive Expedition of 1916 to the Mexican border. If you are a pre World War I collector this will add some sizzle to your display!
Your Price $125.00 USD
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