Hi huggiebear. I don't know why it is a first model but I had a high leader party marked (with eagle and swastica on the outside flap) holster that had a ink stamp on the inside "Nur Fur Saur 38 H". It caused a stur at the first NAPCA convention. The Walther collecters thought that only Walthers were used as party leader guns. In Whittington's book Dr Burton Zwible's 38H marked SA Grupp Alpenland was pictured. He had many debates as to the correctness of his pistol. The day after I got home from the show He called me. I said you have something I need to Buy your 38H. He said no you have to sell me your Holster. It was fun It ended up he traded a Norwiegan nazi 45 for the holster. By the way there is duplicate holster in my home town.
Thanks for reading Bob Benson
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