Lyadunka (German Ladung, from charged - to charge, literally "charger, chamber") - a box or special bag, from a set of equipment, designed for ammunition. Lyadunka was initially intended to store "potions" (gunpowder), then for small arms ammunition (carbine, blunderbuss, pistol, revolver), for gunners and rapid fire tubes. They wore it in on a shoulder strap and it was already spread in the 14th century.
It was made of metal for airtight storage of gunpowder, then leather for cartridges or rapid fire tubes.
In the military encyclopedia, 1911 - 1915, it is indicated that there are pockets in supply in the armed forces of Russia, Germany, France, England and Spain, and that in Russia, in addition to officers, the lower ranks of the cavalry also have it.
It was later used and it is used as an element of the military's full dress uniform.
- País de fabricación
- Tipo de arma
- Bolsa para pólvora y municiones
- Acessório de munições
- Año de fabricación
- Longitud total
- 16.5 cm
- Longitud del barril / cuchilla
- 16.5 cm