USMC MODEL 1912 HOLSTER FOR .45 AUTOMATIC -- WITH LEG STRAP

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Item Code: 172-5470

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This is a US Marine Corps 1912 pattern holster. Designed for mounted use, this pattern holster for the 1911 Colt .45 automatic had a swivel to keep the holster vertical even when the wearer was on horseback. This holster remains in good shape with wrinkling and crazing and wear on the surface. The flap has a well-worn “U.S.M.C” within an oval. Flap buttons-down onto a round brass finial.

The holster also still has its original leg strap, although the small buckle is missing. Wire hooks also remain for hooking to web belt.  A decent example of a USMC holster used from 1912 right through the end of World War One.   [jet]

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