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WWII-Some German Pistols and Holsters.

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    P.08 Mauser code S/42, chamber dated 1937, two matching magazines.

    P.08 Mauser code S/42, chamber dated 1938 ,two matching magazines.












    Holster dated 1937,
    manufactured by R. EHRHARDT
    POESSNECK - acceptance marked WaA 186.

    Holster dated 1936,
    manufactured by Karl Bocker , Waldbrol.
    acceptance marked WaA 387.








    P.38 Walther code ac 42 second variation.





    P.38 Spreewerk code cyq manufactured August 1943.





    NOTE;
    I own two 44 dated P.38 hardshell holsters and two 1943 dated softshell holsters
    which are less common because of the transition of the model change.



    FN M1935 High Power (Belgian) (P. 640b)
    Holster marking dla(manufacturers code) acceptance stamped WaA195.
    Karl Barth, Militaereffekten-Fabrik Waldbrol/Rhineland.












    VIS M1935 (Radom) (P.35p) (Poland)
    This gun is a Grade 2 German Vis in the first alphabet series
    and was manufactured 1st or 2nd quarter of 1942.










    Femaru M 1937 (Hungarian) (P.37 u)
    This pistol has two matching magazines.
    This pistol is a jhv 43, which is a Second Contract pistol.

    The holster markings; Luftwaffe marked.
    jsd 1942 with Luftamt acceptance stamp-- Luft Eagle over L2.
    jsd code is for Gustav Reinhardt, Lederwarenfabrik, Berlin.















    Mauser Model 1934, Keiegsmarine marked.
    Variation 2, engraved E/M on the right front panel and O property number on the front grip strap and on the magazine floor plate.
    Serial number 532668, manufactured in 1938.
    Matching Navy Property markings on front grip strap and magazine floor plate O.2325
    O for Marine Station der Ostee (Baltic Fleet)


















    Mauser Model 1934 (Variation 1) manufactured in 1940- Kriegsmarine marked.
    Variation 1, engraved E/M on the left frame panel and N2687 property number on the front grip strap and N2676 on the magazine floor plate.
    Not matching numbers but reasonably close.
    N for Marine Station der Nordsee (North sea Fleet)














    Mauser HSc, Sn. 746973 (Third Variation ) Serial numbered with the commercial high polished pistols.
    This pistol was probably manufactured in late 1941 or early 1942.

    Holster marking; WaA938, Bearskin/Oakleaf with a 9 in the middle with 1942.
    Lederfabrik Christof Neuner, An der Walk 6 in Klagenfurt, Austria.




















    I hope you enjoyed...

    David

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    Very nice collection of pistols with matching magazines......this is the right way to collect IMHO

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    A very nice pistol and holster collection,they are very good reference photos,
    thanks for posting Pete.

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    awesome collection...we can only dream of such beauties over here : 9mm parabellum is not allowed for civilians

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    very nice I think I found my X-mass list.

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    could u post a more detailed pics of that P08 1938 7289 S/42 Luger...

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    Thanks for all the positive comments.

    David


    Delta here are a couple more pics of both P.08s together, and one photo of the 1938 dated gun by itself. (Sn 7289i)









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    God i love a p08 for me to own (9mm).... Some day yes, some day...

    if all possible it to be me birth year 89

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    Gotta love Lugers with their full compliment of magazines. Do you have any more photos of your Kriegsmarine marked Mauser 1934 holster?

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    how i envi you i love p08 but they are way to expensive to buy for me atm

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