L strap 39 Pattern ¨webbing¨ (Right)

single L strap of brown leather , brass fitting, not visibly marked

€ 15,00
Betaalwijzes

The 1939 pattern webbing was an item of military load-carrying equipment used in the Second World War. It was a leather variant of the 1937 pattern web equipment, The government placed an initial order of one million sets of Leather Infantry Equipment Patt 39. Unlike the pattern 14 design used in World War I, pattern 39 was never used at the front line. It was employed only for training purposes and by rear line troops, including troops in the UK Home Guard.

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