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Equipment

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  1. BE03 10 Round Pocket

    BE03 10 Round Pocket

    These pockets have a leather loop attached to the back for sliding them on to the waist belt. A small strap is fitted inside each pocket to secure the front charger after the rear one has been removed.

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    $18.00
  2. BE03 15 Round Pocket, Mark I

    BE03 15 Round Pocket, Mark I

    Similar to the 10 round pocket, the 15 round pocket is more square in shape, has two stud holes on its flap, and has a brass "dee" on the rear to take the front hook of the greatcoat carrier. It is designed to take three chargers placed in the pocket in sandwich fashion, the centre charger having the bullets pointing up. The Mk.I pocket was replaced with the Mk. II pattern in 1905.

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    $18.00
  3. BE03 Waist Belt

    BE03 Waist Belt

    The BE03 belt was a plain strap of 44mm (1 3/4") wide leather with a brass buckle and a runner at one end, and holes punched at the other for adjustment. This belt was used in both the First and Second World Wars by the Australian Light Horse.

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    $55.00
  4. BE03 15 Round Pocket, Mark II

    BE03 15 Round Pocket, Mark II

    The 15 round cartridge pocket, Mk. II, replaced the Mk. I pocket in 1905. Similar in shape to the Mk.I, the Mk.II used a different method of closure. Instead of a large flap extending from the rear of the pocket, this pattern has only a short flap extending from the front of the pocket. This flap is closed by a strap rivetted to the rear of the pocket. Like the Mk.I is has a brass "dee" on the rear to take the front hook of the greatcoat carrier. It is designed to take three chargers placed in the pocket in sandwich fashion, the centre charger having the bullets pointing up.

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    $18.00

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  5. 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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    $125.00
  6. 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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    $155.00
  7. Leather Water Bottle Carrier

    Leather Water Bottle Carrier

    These leather water bottle carriers were used with the Pattern 1903 bandoleer equipment by Light Horse and other services during the First and Second World Wars. Used with the MkIV, V, VI and VII waterbottles they were issued to both mounted and dismounted services. They consist of a leather cradle with a leather and canvas adjustable shoulder strap.

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    $55.00
  8. Leather Bayonet Frog

    Leather Bayonet Frog

    This frog is the pattern used by Australian Light Horse in both the First and Second World Wars. The bayonet scabbard is held by a leather loop with a slot cut for the scabbard stud. A securing strap is placed horizontally on the frog and buckles over the scabbard stud.

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    $25.00
  9. First World War Horse Shoe Case

    First World War Horse Shoe Case

    Australian mounted troops used a variety of horse shoe cases during the First World War. These reproductions have been copied from a period example. Designed to hold a two spare horse shoes (one fore and one hind) and nails, the case attaches to the saddle tree and 'v' attachment above girth. The loop and short strap on the outside of the case are for the scabbard of the 1908 sword.

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    $85.00
  10. WE08 Belt, Waist

    WE08 Belt, Waist

    These belts are constructed of 3 inch wide webbing. They have a large brass buckle in front, and two small brass buckles and two end pieces in the centre of the back.

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    $59.00

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