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A specific type of exempt property. Allows you to keep some weapons (such as pistols, rifles, or swords) and accouterments, which are the furnishings of a soldier’s outfit, such as a belt or pack, but not clothes. A soldier’s clothing is his or her uniform.
See also exempt property.
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