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U.S. Marshall Rifle Scabbard w/Border Tooling - R09

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Border Tooled Rifle Scabbard with US Marshall Badge, spots and conchos
Border Tooled Rifle Scabbard with US Marshall Badge, spots and conchosUS Marshall rifle scabbard has U.S. Marshall Arizona Territory Badge fifle scabbard with spots, conchos and decorative buckles.

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Price: $310.00
Item Number: R09
Manufacturer: Cochise Leather Company
 U.S. Marshall Rifle Scabbard is border tooled with spots and conchos.  Border tooling is on three sides of the rifle scabbard with a decorative row of spots between the two bands of border tooling. Three medium sized "wagon wheel spoke" conchos are spaced evenly apart and surrounded by spots.  The open end of the scabbard features a U.S. Marshal, Tombstone Territory badge surrounded by spots. Straps have a decorative buckle.  Comes in your choice of three colors: Black or Brown.  Excellent scabbard for dress events and display but with the quality and workmanship that makes it suitable for everyday use on horseback.  This rifle scabbard is for lever action rifles only.  *Rifle not included

**Actual product color may vary slightly due to computer displays.

The United States Marshals were created in 1789 and is the oldest American federal law enforcement office.  During the settlement of the west, marshals were often the only law enforcement as many settlements did not have any local government or a sheriff.  On a daily basis they rode numerous miles covering the jurisdiction that they were assigned. They also assisted as needed the local sheriff of established towns as their assignment overlapped the towns since they were classified federal law enforcement.  Around the time of the infamous gunfight at the OK Corral in Tombstone, AZ the Earp’s, Morgan, Virgil and Wyatt became Deputy US Marshalls. Morgan was still one when he was shot and killed, Wyatt was when he was shot and wounded.

The Arizona Territory U.S. Marshals office was established on February 24, 1863 and Milton B. Duffield became the first territorial U.S. Marshall. On April 10, 1884.  The United States Marshals became the United States Marshals Service in 1969.  The official United States Marshals Museum is located in Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Below are a couple of books on the subject if you wish to learn more about the history.

 The United States Marshals of New Mexico and Arizona Territories 1846-1912  by Larry D. Ball

 Tales of Arizona Territory by Charles D. Lauer