Yes, Mike's Militaria has some genuine WW1 Surplus. These babies are FULL of history, having served in two World Wars. Made of cotton canvas and featuring little metal pins for closing the pockets, these are a must-have for any collector, and if you don't collect, these are great for practical use or for use when going to the range.
What to expect: A genuine WW1 dated (most of them are 1916-1918) bandolier that was then re-packed once or twice between the First and Second World Wars, or During/After the Second World War. The purple stamps are re-pack stamps and are dated as well with the ammo type that changed over the years. These will have dirt, dust, possibly some minor dry rot/mold, and will be very salty looking as pictured.
That being said, for being 100 years old and having gone through Two World Wars, these are in functionally fantastic condition. The third picture is a shot of four random bandos that I pulled from stock showing the various markings. There will be way more styles than that I'm sure, but that gives you an idea of what's on these. All of them seem to be re-pack marked, but I will set aside any that aren't and sell them separately if I get them.
These will work with most 5 round charger styles, and each pocket holds two chargers each, meaning with 5 pockets, these hold 50 rounds of ammo for your old bolt action rifle.
I will not cherry pick for dates/markings to keep it fair. These are priced to sell, and are a fantastic way to own a genuine piece of history that's over 100 years old. Don't wait, as once these are gone, they're probably gone forever!