Is there a p38 WWII German leather holster?
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What kind of gun is a Walther P38?
It is an a series 41 dated Walther P38. The bluing is very nice and the gun is all matching with the exception of the 2 magazines. The Leather clam shell holster is marked ewx and is dated 1941. The grip also has a crack in it by the lanyard loop but is not very noticeable which can be seen in the pics.
What kind of holster was used in World War 2?
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When did the leather clam shell holster come out?
The Leather clam shell holster is marked ewx and is dated 1941. The grip also has a crack in it by the lanyard loop but is not very noticeable which can be seen in the pics.
Is the P08 Luger holster still in use?
Original WWII P08 Luger holster. Maker marked and dated 1940 in the top left corner on the reverse with additional waffenampt. The holster is complete including pull strap present on the interior, spare mag pouch, and takedown tool pouch.The stitching of the belt loops appears to be a possible period repair, it is still strong enough to be used.
Where was the Browning M1922 Luger holster made?
Original WWII German Luftwaffe contract pistol holster for the Browning M1922 made under occupation at the Belgian arms factory in Herstal. Mint condition example with excellent markings, would be nearly impossible to upgrade. $325 Original WWII German P08 Luger holster. Marked on the reverse “P08” with makers code and waffenamt.
When did the Walther P38 grips come out?
In the upper circle we find the MPBD marking with the Walther company code V7 and the material classification marking 57, 41, 31, or Z3. The 2nd variation Walther grips started to appear on Walther P38s as early as mid-1942, as well as at the beginning of production on the Mauser-produced P38s.
What kind of grips did the Mauser p38 have?
The Mauser P38 pistols, for the first year and a half until approximately mid-1944, were equipped mostly with the typical early AEG grips. Grips on Mauser P38s never contained a Waffenamt.
What kind of grips did the Spreewerk p38 use?
The first 20,000 Spreewerk P.38 pistols featured AEG grips, which were shipped from Walther to the Spreewerk factory. After that, those grips vanished from the Spreewerk P.38s.