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Submitted here is my example of what a proper rig would consist of for this pistol. The color of leather and of its stitching along with its style indicate that a very high official member had access and utilized such a prized holster along with the similar era pistol. The RJ meaning on the gripstrap , in my opinion, is not of the Reich's Justice Department but rather is the initials of RI ,or Reich's Innerminstrum [ State Minister of Interior ] whose organization supervised many different organgizations, one of which was the Justice Department. You cannot have a subordinate unit with marked pistols while the superior office supposably did not. In any case , I trust one will enjoy it.

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I must apologize for the different color hue in this photo as it was taken with a different camera. The remaining photos are more correct in color balance.

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