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I pick up this little holster at a local gun show. The only markings I can find on it are G.J.Ensink & CO Ohrdruf as shown in the pics. I believe it to be for a PP or PPK pre-war or war time. I also thought about a CZ 27 originally. A leading edge holster is more uncommon; I believe. I am a bit surprised it does not have a waffenamt mark. They are a known maker and did have a code to my best knowledge. I did not find any comparable items for a small frame pistol. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
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I was only able to find one comparable holster that Legacy had sold some time back. He called it a leading edge holster which made it less common.
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One is for sale on Handguns of the World right now and described as SS pattern.
 

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To the right of the stamp that looks worn or rubbed, looks to me like it could be a small waffen marking?
Looks like a nice holster to me. I don't understand the cutting edge you made mention of?
 
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Some pics of holsters of this kind. They were made for PP and PPK. Your holster seems to be made for a PP. All holsters of this kind I have seen were made by AKaH, yours is the first one of another maker I have seen.
Thanks for sharing!
 

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