US Mills Web Sling for Krag and Springfield Rifles

US Mills Web Sling for Krag and Springfield Rifles
When leather slings proved difficult to maintain during the Philippine "Pacification," the Army purchased the Mills web sling for use on issue Krag and, later, Springfield M1903 rifles. contd/.
 
Our PriceUS$ 25.00
Code103267000
Stock57
Weight0.14
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This sling was later adopted in slightly modified form by the British Army.  The early Mills sling is identified by its slightly wider web, brass keepers, and patent dates on the ends.  The end hooks were slightly small for the web, and there was a slight crimping on the strap where the hooks attached.  The WPG reproduction copies all of these original features.

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