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Australian P37 Web Ammunition Pouch


WW2 Australian P37 web ammunition pouch. Dated 1944. D/|\D ownership mark, dated 1944 and a stores code. Also the press-stud is Australia marked. Mint condition.

The Australian Army used the same .38 revolvers as the British Army and as such when they started producing 37 Pattern webbing they made the same holsters and ammunition cases as their counterparts in the Northern Hemisphere. The pistol ammunition pouch is a small squarish pouch of webbing that holds two cardboard boxes of 12 rounds of .38 ammunition, with a box lid secured with a brass press stud.

1 in stock

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Weight 100 g
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