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Seeing Justin's P38 adapted P08 holster reminded me of my own.
Again altered to fit the P38. I hold an opinion that these are period alterations to accommodate the P38 pistol.
The magazine pouch accepts the P38 mag freely. The takedown tool pouch is unused. The former US owner advised his late father had collected both the holster & another P38 together in 1945. Sadly his P38 frame cracked. My own P38 pistol fits snugly. Thoughts are always welcome.
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Not this one, but there are post war soft shell pigskin holsters made for "dual use" with both the P.08 and P.38 by the East Germans.
 

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Nice holster! What makes you think it was altered? I think it was a late holster designed to be dual purpose.
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Norman ----- I have a pigskin dual purpose holster that will take easily a luger and / or a P.38. It is configured much like a wartime (1944 dated) holster but has a luger take down tool pocket inside the top flap. A luger or a a P.38 pistol fits well into the holster. There is a faint date stamp 1951 on the back side of the holster. I keep a 1938 dated police luger in the holster now.
 
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