US M1917 Pistol Lanyard

US M1917 Pistol Lanyard
This lanyard was developed because the M1905 lanyard, designed to fit revolvers, did not fit the M1911 pistol well (some think this is the reason for the lanyard loop on early magazines).
 
Our PriceUS$ 22.00
Code100726000
Stock60
Weight0.04
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It was issued from 1917 through WWII, although supplemented later by issue of the M1942 lanyard. This is another museum quality reproduction.
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US M1905 Pistol Lanyard
This is a reproduction of the first lanyard issued by the US Army. Originally intended for the .38 revolver, it was also used on the M1909 .45 revolver, and on the M1911 .45 automatic until replaced in 1917. Our Price: US$ 22.00

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US WWII M1942 Pistol Lanyard
A museum quality reproduction of this hard to find lanyard. Our Price: US$ 22.00

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