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I've got a 1939 dated Luger holster that I bought a LONG time ago when I was about 12 to go with a 1940 42 Luger that I bought when I was 10. (I'm not making this up...it took me two years to pay my dad the $60 I borrowed from him to go with the $70 I had to buy the Luger ($130). Then I bought the holster for $25. But I digress....

Anyhoo, needless to say I played with it enough over the next few years to transform the pistol from a 98% gun to maybe an 80% gun, and the holster from near mint to one that has a broken pull strap and a broken buckle strap, hence my question:

Does anyone know where I can get a good restoration job done on the holster?

Thanks.
 

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Jerry Burney, who visits this forum as "Lugerholsterrepair" is the best in the country at holster repair.
 

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