1803 rifle, musket slings, leather slings, bayonet, bayonet scabbard, baldric, shoulder belt, 18 century, 1808, 1812

C & D Jarnagin Company


18th century



Firearms Accessories


 Bayonets

#7040     Bayonet for 2nd Model Brown Bess  (Italian made)  $100.00

   Bayonet for Charleville Musket

#7042      1816 Bayonet (Italian Made)      $175.00


Regimentals and Waistcoats


 #FI2410SC   Bayonet Scabbard    $57.50

Made of black harness leather and has a small brass finial and brass locket to secure it to the frog.  This is a heavy leather formed scabbard for field service.

Specify the type of Bayonet you plan to use:

Charleville

1st Model Brown Bess

2nd Model Brown Bess


#2410SC      1808 Scabbard for #2410 Baldric               $57.50

 

The scabbard fastens in the frog with a correct brass hook and the small finial tip is in brass also. Specify the type of triangle bayonet to be used in the scabbard; 1812, 1816, Charleville, or Brown Bess. (Specify Blade length)
 

 


#SCB2410      Pattern of 1828 Scabbard for #241828 Baldric              $86.50

Has a brass top and brass button. (Specify if you are using the 1816, 1842 or 1855 bayonet)
 



Pattern of 1808 Shoulder Belt (Baldric)

The Pattern of 1808 shoulder belt is 2 1/2" wide made of white buff or black bridle leather. Both types were manufactured concurrently with neither superseding the other. It is thought that the black bridle leather examples are the earliest pattern. During the War of 1812 a shortage of buff leather caused the government to order 25,000 "black leather belts for cartouche boxes and bayonet scabbards." The shortage of white leather appears to have been a problem as late as 1817 as requisitions for black leather continue through that year.
With the shoulder belt (baldric) comes a wide, double throated frog which may have been patterned after earlier British examples. Soldiers carried the bayonet in the lower frog, if promoted to sergeant the bayonet was carried in the upper frog and the sword was carried in the lower frog. The Pattern of 1808 shoulder belt and scabbard went through a long career in US service being replaced by the Pattern of 1828.

Uses #2410SC Scabbard (Order Scabbard Separately)
Is made with the correct brass frog hook for attaching to the belt as well as the brass finial.

This comes with the Oval Brass plate if a white Metal plate is needed please specify when ordering.
 

#2410     Pattern of 1808 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in Buff Leather with brass oval plate      $171.50

#2410WP     Pattern of 1808 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in Buff Leather with silver oval Plate     $171.50

#2410HR      Pattern of 1808 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in black bridle leather with brass oval      $126.50

#2410HRWP      Pattern of 1808 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in black bridle leather with Silver oval  plate    $126.50



Pattern of 1828 Shoulder Belt (Baldric)

Introduced as a replacement for the Pattern of 1808 the Pattern of 1828 differs in that the frog size has been reduced from 3 1/2 " to 2 1/2", the frog stud has been moved to the opposite side of the scabbard from that on the 1808 pattern, and the frog hook has been changed to a stud. Buff examples predominate those of black bridle leather examples.

The scabbard no longer has it's bare leather throat but is covered in a 2 1/2" brass throat attached by copper rivets. The 3" brass finial is attached by two copper rivets as well. This scabbard was in use during the transition period between the Model 1816 bayonet and the Model 1835 bayonet so lengths will vary accordingly to the bayonet used.

The Pattern of 1828 remained in official use until replaced by the Pattern of 1840. They continued in field service until replaced due to wear or damage.

Comes with Round Eagle breastplate.

A plain yellow or white brass plate maybe requested with a $10.00 charge.

Uses #SCB2410 Scabbard (Order Scabbard Separately)
Is made with the correct brass frog stud for attaching to the belt as well as the brass finial.
 

#241828E    Pattern of 1828 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in buff leather with round eagle breast plate in white metal    $171.50

#241828      Pattern of 1828 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in buff leather with round eagle breast plate            $143.95

#241828BP      Pattern of 1828 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in buff leather with brass oval breast plate            $171.50

 

#241828HR      Pattern of 1828 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in black bridle leather with round eagle breast plate     $113.95

#241828HRBP      Pattern of 1828 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in black bridle leather with brass oval breast plate            $126.50

 


Musket Slings


 

British Pattern Musket Sling

 

This musket sling with end ties and adjustment buckle may be made in any leather for the Brown Bess Muskets. This sling is 1 1/4" wide.

#MS2700WB---- White Buff----$80.50

#MS2700----Oil finished leather-----$80.50

 

Charleville Musket Sling

This musket sling with end ties and adjustment buckle may be made in any leather for the Charleville Muskets. This sling is 1 1/8" wide.

#MS2701WB-----White Buff------$80.50

#MS2701Oil finished leather $80.50

 

Gun Slings "musket sling"

From 1800 to 1839 there was little or no difference in the musket slings. This sling is based off and article in the Summer 2002 issue of Military Collector and Historian, Journal of the Company of Military Historians. This sling is 3' 10" and 1 1/4" wide. There is no buckle just one loop sewn to the sling and one loop that is not attached.

 

 

#270108            1808 Musket slings in White buff leather     $69.00

#270108HR       1808 Musket sling in black bridle leather   $46.00

#270108R         1808 Musket sling in russet  $46.00


 

These musket Slings are sold in russet only.  They are not contracted for in black leather.

For instructions on how to put on a musket sling click here.

#271839    Pattern of 1839 Musket Sling               $46.00

(Fits the 1842 Musket, Mississippi Rifle, 1816, and 1835)


Crown soap-8oz of soap in a tin container-------- $8.95

We are now offering this period soap for cleaning leather.  This is based off a period recipe for soap liked by harness makers.  This is not like modern saddle soaps but instead is mostly made from cod oil.  This type of soap will clean the leather but not be harsh enough to damage the leather.   Leather items should be cleaned with soap several times a year in order to prevent the build up of dirt and other things that will damage the grain surface. 

#113     Neat's-foot Oil 8 fl. oz. 100% pure              $6.95

#113M  Neat's-foot oil with natural mold and mildew inhibitors.  This is still the 100% pure neat's-foot oil.  $8.95

#PW124        Preservation Wax                            $12.95

This is specially designed product to give you maximum life out of your leather items.  This is the clear wax, for use on russet items.  This wax contains a natural mold and mildew inhibiter, along with protection from insect damage.   

 #BPW125        Black Preservation Wax              $15.95

This is specially designed product to give you maximum life out of your leather items.  Lamp black has been added to help maintain the black color of your leather items.   This wax contains a natural mold and mildew inhibiter, along with protection from insect damage. 


Firearm Accessories

#7001      Long Cleaning Rod for Muskets      $7.50 

#7009      Flannel Cleaning Patches (Bag of approx. 500)      $10.00

#7016      Frizzen Cover   $10.95
A hand sewn leather sheath. Fits over the frizzen of a flintlock musket to prevent a spark should the hammer strike accidentally. Provided with a leather lace to be tied to the trigger guard to prevent loss.

 

#MSK2710      Cloth Gun Case (cotton drill).  Please specify the type of musket when ordering.  $11.95


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