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Gentlemen ; submitted for your preview is a excellent example of both the pistol and its holster. Of the two, the holster is by far, way and above more rare than the pistol. Study it closely as I have gotten numberous calls asking to help identify a NSKK holster which to date all have been faked. In my travels, of all the Nazi High Party holsters, the NSKK is the rarest of them all with only three being noted as original. Trust that you will study and enjoy it.

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174.28KB First critical step in identification of an orginial NSKK holster is that it has a brass stud. If you do not have that feature, then close shop and go home,
and PLEASE, all NSKK holsters are black !!!
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161.48KB Once again , we have the famous 5 loop stitching pattern on the tab. Study the location of the eagle in relation to the stud.

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144.58KB If one will concentrate on the two opposite sides of the wreath midway you will notice an indented portion on the leather flap. This is from the tab at the end of the hold down strap resting up against the flap for 65 years. Yours should have it also.

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159.26KB Although best seen in a darker environiment, there is the Walther PP purple ink stamped directly below the stud cover.

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In my travels, of all the Nazi High Party holsters, the NSKK is the rarest of them all with only three being noted as original.
Hello John,

There is a problem with the link to the various images that you were trying to post.

I wish to disagree with your opinion above, instead the NFKK holster is rarer than the NSKK holster.

Albert
 

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Gentlemen ; submitted for your preview is a excellent example of both the pistol and its holster. ....
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John,
Any chance of getting your pics restored directly into this thread? This is an excellent reference and it's a shame to have them gone!
 

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Hello John,

There is a problem with the link to the various images that you were trying to post.

I wish to disagree with your opinion above, instead the NFKK holster is rarer than the NSKK holster.

Albert
Albert,
I agree with you concerning the rarity of the Nationalsozialistische Fliegerkorps (NSFK). Although I sure there are others in advanced collections, I've only had the priviledge of seeing one - 40 years ago. It popped up in a SGN ad by a sporting goods store in PA. They had no idea what it was and sold it for $35-$45. Here is a picture of one; courtesy of Lt. Col. Whittington.
 

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Thought I posted the photos but I don't see them so here they are again.

Steve
I moved your thread to its OWN thread, since it should stand alone and not be inside someone else's thread.

FOLKS ASKING FOR MORE PICTURES, YOU DO REALIZE THIS THREAD IS 6 1/2 YEARS OLD????????
 

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FOLKS ASKING FOR MORE PICTURES, YOU DO REALIZE THIS THREAD IS 6 1/2 YEARS OLD????????
Ed, yes I do. If the pics had been downloaded directly into the thread, they would still be here for others to see and learn from. One of my pet peeves is thread pics downloaded to a 3rd party site, where they eventually disappear. It seriously hurts the educational value of, not only a particular thread, but the overall site.
(sorry huggie, I'm ranting in general, not at you specifically.
 

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yes, it is a pet peeve of mine too, but you are Wrong, we have had software changes and LOST all the older photos...


Its a pain, but something we had to live with.
 
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