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Representative piece of the early era when trial periods of vinyl holsters were initiated but were later dropped as components were of petroleum derivatives. Now, if one could inform me of a 1939 example I can complete my DUO variations. One very important instruction guide when cleaning this kind of material. NEVER use anything but water and a very mild detergent dish water soap.

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GREAT rig, HB! A '41 would be a great find! The holster I have is modeled exactly as yours, except the closing strap and beltloop are reinforced with rivets. Evidently, an attempt to reinforce the critical areas? In any case, congratulations! Dave
 

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John,

Very nice rig! I have only ever seen one 39 vintage DUO ever for sale. Bessler had it, but it had a large chip out of the top of the grip. Here are my 40 and 41 DUOs. They are not that great, but until I find better ones these will have to do.

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I do have one of the plastic holsters that I can go dig out if anyone wants photos.

John as a point of reference your 40 dated DUO is the highest 40 dated serial I have data on. My Duo data is limited, but growing.

Robert
 
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