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Anybody Recognize This Ersatz Canvas Holster?

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    I recently purchased this small canvas holster because of its similarity in design and construction to many WWI and WWII examples I've seen but have been unable to find any quite like it online. I've included a shot of it with my Walther PP to show its size, but small as this is it swallows the PP. It's completely unmarked and although sound and functional enough, the canvas is really pretty lightweight when compared for example with British military examples. Any thoughts or speculations would be most welcome!

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    Looks like a late war japanese namboo 94 holster. No markings, front mag holder.. Fits the bill but not 100% sure.
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    Quote by UK Cousin View Post
    Looks like a late war japanese namboo 94 holster. No markings, front mag holder.. Fits the bill but not 100% sure.
    potentially but of different construction than what I've seen.

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    Moderator, this thread had the same question before.. 11/07/09. Same holster. Anyway to link the two? Some guesses were made back then. Thanks.

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