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The tie-style Martini/Enfield/Lee Enfield slings are $18.50. Edit: Those are now gone, completely out.

Have a wide variety of M1907 units, but the undyed (brass hooks) or "WWI" style unmarked, are a new item I just stumbled across, and the red/brown unmarked I have, also new, comprise just one remaining of the red/brown standard, several of the beige/single coat oil dyed. I do have ONE aged and heavily oiled red-brown, set up for reenactors. Same price.

Have other m1907's, but these I don't have very often. Have been oiling the "rough" side of the "oxblood" or "cordovan" jobs. Not necessary on the MILSCO 1942 jobs.

The M1907 was by far the dominant U.S. service sling in both world wars.

$30.00 a pop for the M1907's.

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Many more shots in the files. Sold a few of these a couple weeks ago, everyone seemed very ahppy.

These are sturdy regulation leather, proper stitching and rivets, etc., etc.

Best way to view the flickr.com stuff is to sign in with ANY YAHOO I.D. and then see the captions, browse around, and do searches, if you wish. SDASM and others have HUGE files on the site.

I can respond to PM's or e-mails sent off the drop-down. I do check PM's, but people keep telling me they just "disappear".

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I have never commented on a purchase here but I just received 2 of the 1907 slings and they far surpassed the quality I was expecting. These are top notch products. Thanks for offering them, Jim.
 

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I have never commented on a purchase here but I just received 2 of the 1907 slings and they far surpassed the quality I was expecting. These are top notch products. Thanks for offering them, Jim.
You're welcome!

Someone asked. I'm low on the reddish brown UNMARKED, but have invested in a bunch more of these in various styles. I do have one artifically aged version of the reddish brown unmarked, oiled, etc., same price. Set up for reenactor who never came to get it!

Been doing this for a while, but this batch was new to me.

Still have a nice stock of the unmarked and various other marked beige with brass fittings.
 
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