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Hello all,

here my newest find, a Walther PP with E/359 acceptance # 165 363 p.

It`s one of the first PPs delivered to the army. Please note the beautiful finish, the engraved owners name and the very rare holster with an additional swastika stamp (??).
I hope you like it.

Fritz

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Huggie,

You are right, that's the question. I'm in posession of three identical holsters like the shown one, but only this particular holster is marked with the additional swastika.
The stamp seem to be original ( I know two other PP holsters like this ), but the source and the meaning is not yet known to us.
I'll send a better pic soon.

Fritz
 

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Huggie,

here are the holsters and another pic from this particular stamping.
On page 703- DWJ 5 / 1990( Deutsches Waffen-Journal )one more holster marked in such way is documented.

Fritz


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Please note the different length of the mag pouches.
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