P 71 Valise
Officially adopted in 1870 the Pattern 1871 Valise equipment was designed for the new Martini Henry Rifle. The basic set was composed of a
waistbelt with clasp, set of braces, 2 ammo pouches, bayonet frog, ball bag or expense pouch, set greatcoat or blanket straps and mess tin strap.
The actual valise is much like a backpack, and required two supporting straps to be carried. It was seldom actually worn, usually transported on
There were two patterns of ammo pouches, both holding 20 rounds. The first pattern was of black leather and the second of buff.
The ball back or expense pouch was generally for reserve ammo.
When not in use both greatcoat and valise support straps were removed.
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Additional equipment:
D shaped Mess tin, Pattern 1875 and cover
Greatcoat or blanket
Waterbottle, Italian Pattern 1874 w/carriage
Haversack, Pattern 1871
Other Ranks
Officer's Patrol Jacket, pre 1881
The Anglo Zulu Campaign  1879
Afghanistan 1879
Egypt  1882
Patrol Jacket
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Undress "Indian Pattern" Frock
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Other Ranks Foreign Service
Frock, circa 1879.
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Brian "Dawlie" Luscombe,
Gentleman Ranker, 1st
Battalion, 24th Regiment of
Other Ranks Trousers and
Greyback shirt, circa 1879.
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Highland or Scottish pattern
Foreign Service Frock, circa 1882.
Cavalry Patrol Jacket
Officer's Post 1881 Forage Cap