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WW2 German K98 Rifle Sling CXM 1943

WW2 German K98 Rifle Sling CXM 1943

Regular price £80.00 GBP
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The WW2 German K98 Leather Rifle Sling is a historically significant accessory designed for the Karabiner 98k, the standard-issue rifle of the German military during World War II. Crafted from high-quality leather, this sling provided durability and reliability in various combat conditions. It features metal hardware and an adjustable buckle for a secure and customizable fit. The sling facilitated easier carrying and improved stability when aiming and firing. Collectors and history enthusiasts prize this rifle sling for its authentic craftsmanship and its role in the daily operations of German soldiers during the war.