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  1. BE03 50 Round Bandoleer

    BE03 50 Round Bandoleer

    This pattern of bandoleer was introduced in 1905, an earlier pattern having a more elaborate buckle, and was used by all services until the adoption of the 90 round bandoleer. Following the adoption of the 90 round pattern, the 50 round pattern continued to be worn by some services, and was used during both the First and Second World Wars.

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  2. BE03 90 Round Bandoleer

    BE03 90 Round Bandoleer

    This bandoleer was used by Australian Light Horse in both the First and Second World Wars. It is cut on a curve in order to fit closely to the wearers shoulder, and has five pockets riveted to the front with another four riveted to the back. Each pocket is designed to carry 10 rounds in two chargers. A small strap is fitted inside each pocket to secure the front charger after the rear one has been removed.

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