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Unread 06-07-2016, 05:17 PM   #1
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Hello all, I see this holster that looks like German policed luger holster but no markings. Any opinions welcomed. Thanks
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From the size of the magazine pocket, and the shaping of the tip of the holster from carrying the pistol, I would have to guess this holster may be for a Browning P-35 9mm Hi-Power, and not a Luger or P.38

Hopefully one of the holster experts like Jerry Burney or Bill Lyon will comment.
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I agree, Browning Hi-Power holster. probably post-war.

Can you show us better photos or tell us more about it?
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I agree, Browning Hi-Power holster. post-war. DITTO!
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Thank you Guys. its on eBay now. There were only three pictures.

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