You realize that the holster is for a CZ 27 and is so marked. However, the CZ 27 that you have there is a late war gun and the holster with the neat markings is an early holster!! I'm sorry but I don't understand the number markings on the CZ 24... I'm sure if Jan Balcar reads this he can probably interpret them!!
yes i know about the wrong holster. did not get a story with the gun, but maybe it was it was captured this way. i have read in Jan's books that the germans used 24's after capturing them. not sure if the germans made a holster just for 24's
Form one of Jans earlier posts about this pistol he stated.
"2 D 1218 means: 2nd Light Artillery Regiment, weapon Nr. 1218. 2nd Artillery was located in Plzen (Pilsen, the town I was born and still live there), commanding officer Hugo RAKUSAN. Plzen was liberated May 6th 1945 by U.S. Army (2nd Infantry "Indianhead", 16th Armored)."
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