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Picked a excellent Luger holster by Klinge , dated 1936, and found the Stimson magazine and I believe a droop eagle 63 tool.
Magazine had been in the holster for a long time based on the-green patina, which cleaned of easily and yielded an excellent magazine proofed with eagle 6 on base and spine.
Tool looks like it’s a droop eagle 63, though light strike. It appears blued.
The holster is excellent condition with very little wear and nicely maker marked and proofed. Only defect I can possibly find which could have been manufactured this way is the tool pouch is not stitched all the way, though pouch is tight.
A few photos, jeff
 

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Only defect I can possibly find which could have been manufactured this way is the tool pouch is not stitched all the way, though pouch is tight.
could have been manufactured this way ? No sir. It was certainly NOT manufactured this way. The thread on the outside top has simply worn off allowing the thread to come loose. It WILL pull away sooner or later.
 
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Nice holster Jeff!
 
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