Save money by ordering holster, cap pouch and cartridge pouch together. The combination contains a left hand, butt forward Civil War-style cavalry holster, a cartridge pouch with Federal inspector’s markings and a U.S. Army cap pouch with wool lining.
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Note that during the American Civil War, the sabre was the primary weapon and revolvers were considered secondary. Because of this, original cavalry holsters were made for a left hand draw and the soldiers were instructed to use the revolvers in their left hands. To avoid getting in the way for the sabre, the holsters usually hung on the right side of the soldier with the butt facing forward. In other words, these three pieces are historically correct for a Union cavalryman.
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Replica of a pistol cartridge pouch used by the U.S. Army during the American Civil War. Originally used for cap & ball paper cartridges. If you don't use paper cartridges, the pouch is perfect for storing balls, vials or small tools. A perfect companion to the svartkrutt.net holsters and cap pouches.