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The Lithuanian Hi-Powers are not uncommon. They are regularly seen.

But the Holster for this Hi-Power is almost as scarce as a hen's tooth. Made in 1936, very few have survived the Germans and Russians.

This holster was apparently issued to the 1st regiment.

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Very interesting holster. Thanks for taking the time to share it with us. I couldn't tell from the photos, is there a space for a spare mag or cleaning rod?
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There is a spare magazine compartment and also one for a cleaning rod, both on the inside of the holster.
 
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