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Unread 09-15-2014, 05:40 PM   #1
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Ran across this holster in Victoria, BC. Shop is asking 395 Canadian for it.

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Condition is very marginal for me..I would say $200-250 max. Lot's of neat stuff in that shop though!
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Interesting. Thanks!
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Agree with Jerry. 200-250 tops. Bill
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What is that date? I can't make out the 3rd #?
Agreed, I'd like to root around in the show cases...
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Also, the left belt loop appears to be a replacement, (note different finish and belt buckle hole).
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Doug..if it were a belt buckle hole there wouldn't just be the one..
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What would account for a single hole in the strap?
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The date is 1939.
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What was the holster in back? Unit marked? John
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What would account for a single hole in the strap? Doug..hard to say really. The left strap actually does not look replaced? One never knows. I agree with you, it's certainly possible the thing IS some sort of strap off something else too..But I have seen a lot of holes in holsters that are un explainable!
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