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    Most Correct Holster for 1934 Enfield No2 MkI Revolver

    What would be the issue holster for a 1934 Enfield No2 MkI Revolver in .38-200 and what would be the most likely used holster in WWII for the same revolver. Lastly does anyone happen to have a proper holster available for sale?



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    P37 web flap holster I would think.

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    Have a look here: Pattern 1937 Web Equipment

    People seem to ask, here in the U.K., in region of £35 to £50 for a P37 webbing holster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by capt14k View Post
    Lastly does anyone happen to have a proper holster available for sale?
    If you post on the WTB forum you may fine what you seek.
    Regards, Jim

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    I had a feeling it would be a P37. Was hoping there was a leather holster I was missing. Thanks for the info guys.



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    Quote Originally Posted by capt14k View Post
    a leather holster
    Nope...not issued.
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    Last Question I hope. It seems there are more than one P-37 Holster. There is Khaki and Blue which I determined is RAF. There is also those made in UKicon, Australiaicon, and Canadaicon. Do all of the P37 need the web belt too or were some made for use with any 2" belt? Lastly what is this holster pictured that looks like it has ammo holders as well.




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    That is what is referred to as a tanker holster. Yes it would be correct or one of the flap holsters. Why not post a few photos of your Enfield? We would love to see it. Folks on here like to look and see the type grips it sports, modifications, markings etc. Once you get into the Enfield's, Webley's then comes the S&W Victory's. Pre Victory's and Colt's it is a sickness that many of us will help you with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceHMX View Post
    That is what is referred to as a tanker holster. Yes it would be correct or one of the flap holsters. Why not post a few photos of your Enfield? We would love to see it. Folks on here like to look and see the type grips it sports, modifications, markings etc. Once you get into the Enfield's, Webley's then comes the S&W Victory's. Pre Victory's and Colt's it is a sickness that many of us will help you with.
    Thank you. Mine is not a tanker. I only have a couple quick pics I took on my phone. I can post better pics tomorrow.

    I have enough collecting addictions Finns, Mausers, FN-49, and Frenchicon MAS Rifles. I hope I don't develop another. I picked up the Enfield Cheap to go along with my Colt 1911, Type 14 Nambu, and Luger. Of course that quickly led to a P.38 AC44 and Finnishicon L-35 Lahti. Right now I think I am just focusing on a pistol from each nation involved in the World Wars. Of course that is how my rifle collection started as well.






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    Post No 7, the "Tankers" holster demands quite a premium, seen a few at the War and Peace show but didn't suit my wallet contents and needs, I was looking for just a standard holster for a Webley .38, some prices down there were over inflated, but managed to find a faded RAF one for a very reasonable price.
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