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HOLSTER DETAILS, BAVARIAN ISSUED1913 DWM, B.18.R.3.B.6: BAYERISCHES, 18 INFANTERIE-REGIMENT, STAB BATAILLON 3, WAFFE NR. 6


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Figure 1. Front, 1913 DWM, serial number 1658. It is unit stamped: B.18.R.3.B.6. which signifies Bayerisches, 18 Infanterie-Regiment, Stab Bataillon 3, Waffe Nr. 6.
For introductory information covering the 1913 DWM, see the link below.
BAVARIAN 1913 DWM, SN 817a, B.5.Ar.3.30. Jan C Still http://www.gunboards.com/luger/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3139


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Figure 2. 1913 DWM, serial number 1658, with its Bavarian holster dated 1912.


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Figure 3. 1913 DWM, serial number 1658, showing details of open holster with tool and extra magazine.


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Figure 4. Back of holster.


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Figure 5. The holster is maker marked N. BURGHARD / PASING between the belt loops.


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Figure 6. Front of holster marked AWM / 2 which signifies Artillery Workshop Munchen 1912.


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Figure 7. Hand written note (color enhansed) inside the holster flap: Leutn. d. Res./ Moller 2./8. 15.

GO TO: 1900-1918: Luger Unit Markings, for this Lugers history and unit related accessories.
PART 1/2, HISTORY, BAV.5. F.A.R., 17.J.R., 18.J.R. Jan C Still http://www.gunboards.com/luger/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3127
 

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Jan,

a great presentation of a fine holster! I guess, the hand written note is not "Leutn. D. Ray", but "Leutn. d. Res.", what means Leutnant der Reserve.

Regards

Martin
 
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