Original U.S. WWII Thompson SMG Kerr Pattern Web Sling
Original Item: One Only. This is an outstanding example of the very scarce U.S. issue Thompson Sub Machine gun sling. This sling is a shorter version of the "Standard Kerr Extension Gun Sling" issued for the 1903 Springfield rifle. When properly attached, the sling has multiple length configurations, and is fully adjustable depending on how the Thompson was being held.
This example is constructed of tan colored webbing with the standard brass clip mountings. These are all marked with the NOBUCKL logo, along with PAT'D 7-21-14. The brass of the buckles is plated or "blacked", making them look like steel, a process used on a lot of U.S. military hardware through WW2. The canvas is in excellent condition, with minimal staining and only a few small frays. The hardware is also in excellent condition for the age, though the metal loop that the rear buckle attaches to is not included.
Designed to fit all U.S. military Issue Thompson used in WW2 be they M-1928A1 or M1/M1A1 models. This is the perfect sling to complete any WW2 Thompson Military Collection.
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