C057382 BRITISH P37 PATTERN, LANCASTER/STEN SUBMACHINE GUN MAGAZINE POUCH.

BACKGROUND: In 1937, The British specified a web pattern, for use in personal equipment, made of woven waterproofed cotton, and used it though out the war. In 1942 they issued some changes such as a new frog for the mark II bayonet and increasing the height of the basic pouches to accommodate the Sten SMG magazines. Of Note: Canadian personal equipment was a direct copy of the British 1937-pattern web equipment with manufacture starting in early 1940 and distribution beginning in October of the same year.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: A 1937 pattern, tan/khaki webbed canvas, submachine gun magazine pouch. The pouch is maker marked "M.E.C.o" and dated 1941'. Complete with three deactivated/inert mags.

GRADE ****1/4                             PRICE $355.00

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