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    Think I found my 1st gear treasure. Mills Holster 1905

    Thought I'd share this. I bought 3 boxes of old holsters and web gear a few weeks back and this was in it. I took it to two of our local militaria dealers and they both said genuine. Patent April 1905. Still has the revolver outline in it. I've always wanted a Mills holster but never could afford it.


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    You have the revolver to fill out that outline, I hope!

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    A nice piece to fill your spot for a Mills, problem is there are others. Now the search begins...

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