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Presented here is my example of an phosphated P.38 with the stacked AC 43 code and in its pigskin holster. I find that the holster is most uncommon given any type of condition. Durability of pigskin is quite limited compared to calfskin or goat. Trust one will learn and enjoy this posting.

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Took me a while to find an acceptable example as they aren't all that common of a gun to find. Like you, have always enjoyed seeing them.
 
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