One of the items of equipment that has always fascinated me is the commonly used cartridge belt
known as the Fair Weather Christian Belt or a prairie belt.
An Indian teethed shooting arrow would hardly have the chance to become skilled with a Colt if he came by it, and a half-empty cartridge belt
, in battle.
His knowledge of World War II equipment is amazing and so is his determination to search out rare items such as a Japanese soldier's 3-pouch leather cartridge belt
and then have it reproduced in detail.
The PKM is fed from a non-disintegrating cartridge belt
advanced by a push lever mechanism located on the right side of the receiver.
The collection includes a range of books on the Wild West, American Civil War and the personalities involved, gun holsters a cartridge belt
, powder flask, 15 marshal and sheriff badges, reproduction Wanted posters for famous outlaws such as Billy the Kid and Butch Cassidy, and a reproduction photograph of Harry Longabaugh ( alias the Sundance Kid.
Wearing a green shooting jacket and flat cap to keep out the icy cold, he also had a cartridge belt
around his waist.
Officials of the 10th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters said the remains, which were of a male, were recovered from the seabed, adding the coast guard also seized a gun, cartridges, a cartridge belt
and a magazine near the wreckage of the ship.
Another excellent belt for women is the Money Cartridge Belt
from Old West Reproductions.
I dropped my cartridge belt
into the wet sand and shotgun cartridges, when damp or wet, swell and the case can split, which is dangerous.
He also had a .22 rifle with 377 bullets, two loaded magazines and a cartridge belt
with 35 rounds of 12-bore ammo.
As it applies to your cartridge belt
, it's simply a chemical reaction of the tanned leather to the brass of the cartridges.