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Unread 05-18-2024, 04:31 PM   #1
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Bought this 4 3/4" Holster today. Seller represented it as a holster for the 1900 AE Lugers. Fits the AE like a glove. No markings that I can find, no damage or bad spots. I wasn't actively looking for one of these so I did no studying on them. Kinda figured by the age, and perfect fit it was the real deal. What say you holster experts? Is this an example of a holster used on the AE Lugers, or did I goof?
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Unread 05-18-2024, 10:14 PM   #2
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Looks like a nice commercial holster. The pattern on the tool pouch snap is typical of older commercial items. Looks good to me. Bill
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I was hoping one of the pros would chime in, thanks Bill! Found at our local collectors show, probably paid too much, was $300.
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Usualy was leather over the buckle of these early holsters
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Maybe another variant. Mine has no place for the cleaning rod either. But yours does not show the design on the tool pouch snap. Different makers? Different years?
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Several variations are possible but they are all prewar. The right has the same design of the pouch snap.
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