Bandolier – Model 1910
During the Old West, the bandolier was a way to carry many extra shells on one person. Made famous by Pancho Villa, who usually wore two of these across his chest, the bandolier was designed to carry extra ammo over the shoulder. Many outlaws and bandits used this type of carry during the Old West. The Bandolier is cut from premium leather, it is fully lined and can fit up to 60 hand molded bullet loops or 30 shotgun loops.