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U.S. WWII Leather M1 Garand Rifle Scabbard Quality Handcrafted Leather Reproduction

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M1 Garand collectors and shooters, this is your chance to own an heirloom quality reproduction leather scabbard for your M1 Garand rifle. Handcrafted from 1/8" thick leather, attention to detail was given top priority on each piece. Reinforced stitching, copper brads and brass strap clips ensure a lifetime of service in all conditions. Mounting straps are also 1/8" thick matching leather and are fully adjustable in order to mount or hang your rifle from a variety of animals or vehicles as was the use during WWII.

Scabbards have an overall length of 30 inches with a barrel taper that begins 12 inches from the muzzle end and continues to the stock end opening of 6-1/2 inches. Just like the original, a heavy duty steel operating rod guide is copper bradded to ensure smooth and quick insertion and removal of the M1 Garand rifle.

Other features include a stitch mounted leather muzzle stop with drain hole, and copper bradded leather strap guides on both sides of the scabbard.

A better quality M1 Garand scabbard cannot be found and we are proud to offer a limited supply while they last.

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"If this is only a reproduction I can only guess how well the originals were made. This scabbard will outlast me. Arriving flat as a pancake it took some convincing to get it into shape, but once I shoved rounded poles and things into it the rifle slid in pretty easy. Now it's cleaning and oiling it to protect it against the elements. Trick I learned from an old timer, use the bee wax toilet ring from your friendly hardware store to waterproof your leather boots and outdoor gear. Caution: do not get them to close to your fireplace/heat source to cook them, just gentle warming to melt th wax to your cloth and then to the finished items. Slowly is the key, and warming only folks."