Early 1900's Leather Ammunition Belt with Holster Circa 1910-1920
Item #: AA3572
This is a leather ammunition belt with leather loops for pistol cartridges and a revolver holster. The belt does not have a size stamped into it, but about a size it measures 38 1/2" in length and is 1 7/8" wide. One end of the belt has a nickel plated buckle to attach the adjustable free end to. There are forty three leather cartridge loops for a pistol, a .38 caliber long cartridge fits perfect in them. All of the loops are solid, but the stitching is broken in a couple of spots. There are no holes, rips or tears on the belt. The belt is embellished with three sliver plated studs. The belt is maker stamped LARAMIE SADDLERY CO./LARAMIE WYO. This one comes with a double strap holster. The holster measures 10 1/2" in length and 5 3/4" at the widest point. It is made in the style of the Mexican double loop holster, a favorite of cowboys, gunmen and greenhorns alike. It's popularity was due to the fact that it held up well to the rigorous conditions of the west. It can accommodate a belt width of 4 1/2". There is one small rivet used in the construction of the holster, everything else is stitched together. All stitching remains strong and unbroken. This one will fit any revolver with a barrel length of 6 1/2" or less. The holster has the same style silver plated studs as the belt, along with smaller ones arranged in three rows. There are a total of fifteen studs all together. Still in very good condition, this would make a great belt rig for the Cowboy or western reenactor or trick shooter.
Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Item # AA3572
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