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Not sure on this one is it German made could the holster be period looks hand made.
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hink the harness/holster is period not seen
German leather holsters with these rivits.
 

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Looks like the leather has been on there for a long time unless its made to look old.
 

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Thanks Mouser would you say it is an earlier stock, have you seen the leather
like this before not seen one with rivits.
 

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Can any one confirm if this is a late type to me it looks more angular
like the earlier stocks and the thickness of the wood is less, could
it be a converted M1930.
 

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Looks like the attaching iron screw is replaced thought these were ground off does it look like original finish,
what are the dimensions length, height, any other opinions before purchase.







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length, height, ect need to check every thing before purchase.
 

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Looks like the attaching iron screw is replaced thought these were ground off does it look like original finish,
what are the dimensions length, height, any other opinions before purchase.
Hello,
Can you post more pictures of the attaching Iron? It might have been (over) tightened as the stock wood dried from aging
As for you initial question - I am not aware of early and late Schnellfeur stocks beion different in dimensions.
M1930 are, the later version having the same dimensions as Schnellfeur ones.
 
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