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This was a German holster dated 1918 and the sold commercially to A F STOEGER it will fit pistols such as a 1910 FN or an Ortgies 32 etc. Stoeger imported the Ortgies. Any others? What would u mate with it. The holster is marked Germany and A F STOEGER. I put a 1955 Browning in it for reference.
 

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There is a prominent impression and staining on the flap from the back of the gun which spent a lot of time in this holster. Find the gun which matches this imprint, and you will have your answer. It is definitely NOT from the Browning pistol shown.
 

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i am thinking this holster was not issued during the war and sold as surplus after the war. So that would indicate a commercial marked pistol. Going to try an Ortgies as the body imprint show that type slide shape.
 

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Interesting puzzle of sorts, and a nice looking holster. I would be curious how the Ortgies fits the imprint. If it were my holster, I would feel good displaying it next to any of the above mentioned pistols that could be correct for the time and issue
 
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