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    Show Your US Military Leather Holsters and Rigs- I'll Start

    DSC08213.JPGI like to collect US Military holsters and rigs. Maybe others who frequent the Colt Forum do as well.

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    1944 OSS lettered Colt Detective Special and USGI shoulder for same. Ron
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    hwjhfs you have an incredible collection. Love how they display.Here is some more of mine.craigslist022.jpgDSC03948.jpgDSCN0328.jpgLeg Tie 006.jpgDSC07169.JPG
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    Here are some in more or less chronological order.

    An early 1870,s Cavalry rig with reissue post 1863 holster a field made Scout Belt and US 1st Richards Conversion.




    A Model 1872 Light Artillery Enlisted Man Belt with a Model 1879 Holster, Pistol ammo pouch and HN Calvary revolver.





    A Model 1882 Cavalry Belt (Metcalf Belt) with a 1st version Model 1881 Holster, and a Model 1885 Prairie Belt.





    A 4th Cavalry rig with a Unit marked 50 loop Model 1885 Prairie Belt, a 3rd issue Model 1881 Holster and a HN Cavalry revolver.





    A Cavalry Officers rig with a Model 1886 Officer Pistol Belt, a Model 1881 Forsyth Holster, McGeever 45-70 Ammo Box and a HN Calvary revolver.





    A New York Militia rig with a enlisted man Belt, a 45-70 NY issued ammo box and a NY Militia issued Cavalry Revolver.




    A US Volunteer rig with a USV buckled belt, a pistol ammo pouch (converted from a CW cap pouch), a 3rd issue Model 1881 Holster shortened for Artillery revolver use, a 100 loop 30-40 Mills belt and an Artillery revolver.




    A Model 1889 Navy Holster, a Model 1889 Navy Pistol Pack with Colt Speed Loaders and a Model 1895 Navy DA revolver.


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    Not a Colt but very nice!

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    Mr. Rush very impressive. I almost feel embarrassed to post this after seeing your last picture. DSC08526.JPGI need to get a telescope.

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    Another rig


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    some truly great posts, here's my humble offering

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    Quote Originally Posted by fitz2 View Post
    some truly great posts, here's my humble offering
    "Humble offering"? That is a huge understatement!
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