British Leather Sling

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$35.00

Introduced in 1871, this sling was originally made of buff leather. The last style of buff leather sling used by the British army, in later years it was made in leather. During the Second World War this sling was still being made and used in Australia.

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Introduced in 1871, this sling was originally made of buff leather. The last style of buff leather sling used by the British army, in later years it was made in leather. During the Second World War this sling was still being made and used in Australia.

These reproductions have been copied from a Australian Second World War example and are made from high quality, drum dyed, full grain leather. Rivets are tin plated copper.

Specifications

SPECIFICATION METRIC IMPERIAL
Manufacturer Lawrance Ordnance
Length 1125mm 44.29"
Width 30mm 1.18"
Material Leather
Authenticity Reproduction
Made In India