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    What is this holster?

    This is not mine but a photo I found on the net that just goes nowhere. The photo remains but any background information is gone.

    I found three of these today at an antique shop and purchased one with of course the plan of filling it with the appropriate pistol I simply do not know what it is. Now that I'm home I may be able to find some information on it as I have better luck with a computer than a cell phone

    I was leaning Bulgarian but that didn't pan out. I will try various pistols and magazines that I do have to see if any work/fit.

    I do not have the belt. It clips onto a special belt as shown with two brass clips on the back. The belt has those D rings on it which the clips attach to. You can see one in the photo.

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    Identified, Swedishicon/Finnishicon Lahti holster. Didn't take long on the computer.
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    An image search on google always help me out when i have issues like this

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    Now for a real challenge

    Can't remember If I posted it before. I have an idea but no definitive answer.
    What army?
    What pistol?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HOOKED ON HISTORY View Post
    Can't remember If I posted it before.
    Yes, we hashed at it without definitive proof. I wonder if it might hold something like a 1951 Beretta used as the "Brigadier" model by some of the middle east. The left hand service would simply be someone's personal choice. Remember those folk can make anything...

    Here's the thread about that one... https://www.milsurps.com/showthread....195#post486195

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    Yep poor memory, High Powerfits like a glove. Still looking for an Indian Hi Power to complete the set. The Berretta 51 might be worth a try.

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