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    Cartridge is .53"x1.68". The cord is green and 35"
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    I don't know, but that is a pretty neat lanyard--no visible ends.
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    George,

    I can't say about the cord lanyard, but I believe the cartridge is for the Spencer carbine and rifle.
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    .56-56 Sharps?
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    The .56 .56 Spencer is third from left in picture and one by itself.
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    Any one want it?
    " 'To everything there is a season...a time for war and a time for peace'. and this is the time for war". Reverend Peter Muhlenberg, January 21, 1776, Woodstock, Virginia

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    The lanyard is Dutch, but seems to be missing the leather end/connector. I will pull one and compare asap...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Vanderlinden View Post
    The lanyard is Dutch, but seems to be missing the leather end/connector. I will pull one and compare asap...

    Anthony
    Indeed the lanyard is 100% Dutch but not for a FN Browning Model 1922. Maybe for a Dutch Luger or Sauer or one of the earlier revolvers?!?

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    Thank you Anthony. I never would have guessed Dutch.
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