US M1878 Blanket Bag

US M1878 Blanket Bag
A new reproduction of the blanket bag first adopted in 1878.  This is the early version, slightly smaller than the 1902 modification, with black shoulder straps. 
 
Our PriceUS$ 56.00
Code105221000
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Weight1.2
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Officially in use until replaced by the blanket roll around 1904, records show these remained in service and were still being issued during the 1917 mobilization.  Marines also used this bag until 1917, and photos show them wearing this bag en route to Vera Cruz in 1917. 

We have a few bags without the US stamp if you want to apply your own marking.  Just mention in Order Comments that you want no US marking.

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