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What pistol was this holster used with...PPK, Browning, etc?

Article about: I would say the left is a holster for a Browning HP 9'er, and the other is for either a Walther PP 7.65 or possible a Browning M1910 7.65. The stamp on the inside is fake in opinion; I ve ne

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    I have 2 German WWII pistol holsters. One I know is a Browning (the larger one). It is marked nka43. The smaller one is puzzling me. It has a clear WWII German stamp on the inside leather, but I cannot find any other markings. I thought it was maybe for a smaller PPK pistol, but I'm not sure. Thanks for any info.

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    Not liking that stamp. NH

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    What's wrong with the stamp? I'm more interested in what gun this holster is for than the stamp. It's definately from the wwii time era judging by the wear.

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    The holster looks like a walther or some other small caliber weapon the stamp looks like it was added to increase the price.

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    Small caliber holster probably german all I have ever owned were stamped in the leather with maker or three letter codes like dlk etc some might have waa but not ink stamped like that I agree that stamp is put on holster to make it look more appealing I have had many of them unmarked also timothy

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    I paid $58 for it. Probably too much. But I thought it would look good in my collection with other holsters. So what..a small browning or .32 cal pistol of some kind?

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    Yeah it should fit it I had a almost identical unmarked one like it in brown many years ago and had a Sauer .32s or the 38H with wartime waa on it and it fit the Sauer fine from a vet buy so I think any small caliber would fit. timothy

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    It does look like a period holster. 58 was not a bad price. But the ink stamp is bogus in my opinion. Anything accepted for military use like this would be stamped - but not with ink. NH

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    Looks like it's for a Walther PP/PPK the one on the right that is!...
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    Quote by Neil Hever View Post
    It does look like a period holster. 58 was not a bad price. But the ink stamp is bogus in my opinion. Anything accepted for military use like this would be stamped - but not with ink. NH
    You're right about the stamp Neil, it's a document stamp for a start, and is probably one of those $20 fakes from Poland.

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