WWII US Model 1923 Cartridge Belt
Item #: WR308
This is a Model 1923 Dismounted cartridge belt used during World War II. The belt manufacturer is not known. The belt is constructed of two separate cartridge sections connected by a belt with adjusting loops at each end. The right side cartridge section has an ink stamp that is visible but I can't make it out. However, it is in the format of that used by the Army supply system during WWII. The material shows heavy use and is stained and has ground in grim over the entire surface. All ten snaps on the pockets work perfectly. All eyelets are present and show considerable verdigris. This model belt was used as the supply of M1910 cartridge belts were exhausted, and remained in service from the 1920's through 1960. This one sure has the look of having been there.
Your Price $75.00 USD
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