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Article about: Hello, what do you think of this holster? Is it good? What is the year of production, 1944 or 1945? Best regards Bartek

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    Hello,

    what do you think of this holster? Is it good? What is the year of production, 1944 or 1945?

    Best regards
    Bartek
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    imo it a repro.stiching is to clean.

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    looks Post war to me. Repo???
    John
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    I don't like the Waa stamp it is very typical to what you see on repo's such as sold by IMA etc it could be alright as jwa did make them but I have my doubts. All original jwa and bla codes I have saw had pebbled leather and not smooth. timothy

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    I agree with the posters above. Looks like a reproduction for a reenactor.

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    Thank you for replies.

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    To be honest, I don't have a problem with this soft shell P38 holster......

    4 stands for 44 and was pretty normal for 44 dated material, jwa checks out

    I would like to see a closeup of the WaA stamp however

    Tom
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    Remember fellas, just because its minty doesn't necessarily mean its a repro. I have a KM ammo pouch for a K98 in pristine shape with bright white thread and crisp pebbled leather. I would post an image but only if the original poster of this thread says its ok. I don't want to be disrespectful and step on his thread without permission

    Keep in mind, I am not saying this holster is original, I'm just saying things can be original and mint.

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    Here's a soft shell P38 holster marked JWA (Moritz Stecher) . There's no pebbling on this one.
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    Perhaps another example to compare to in the same detail?......of a more used example would shed some light on the "style of stitching"..and tailored cut of the leather. I dont collect holsters..but Im not ready to trash this example until more research can prove otherwise. Regards Larry
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