US Army M1904 Holster for .38 Revolvers

US Army M1904 Holster for .38 Revolvers
This is a new reproduction from WHAT PRICE GLORY of the leather M1904 holster that was used with all .38 caliber revolvers issued between 1892 and 1909.  It copies all details accurately right down to the keyhole shaped opening on the closure flap.  The only shortcoming is that the leather tiedown thong is cowhide leather not elk hide as specified in regulations.
 
Our PriceUS$ 48.00
Code103286000
Stock37
Weight0.3
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I am offering this reproduction just as they were originally issued, in vegetable tanned undyed russet leather.  The leather will darken over time with exposure to saddle soap, oil and polish. This holster copies original markings, but with inspector initials WPG.  As always, I guarantee satisfaction.  And, for the dolt who always has to ask, leather items are made of leather
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