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    Posted before...although I really need to find a couple appropriate boxes of cartridges as shown in MrRush's nice Smith and Wesson photo one post up.
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    An M7 holster like this one has carried my M1911 a lot of miles, starting with gasoline powered M48A2C tanks, through all the M60 series, Sheridans and finally, the early versions of M1 Abrams.


    Even after I had to give up the tank for a jeep as First Sergeant, I preferred the shoulder holster as I could put that on before all the LBE. It may not have been stylish, but it was practical.

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    How do you know what's a legit US holster. My dad gave me the 1911 he bought in 1968 with a holster but he didn't know where the holster came from. 20140317_081350.jpg
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    This is a pair of Heiser made holsters that are legit US military but not often seen.

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    A cuff case stamped N.I.S. made by Seventrees.



    Heiser contract Victory holster.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark38090 View Post
    How do you know what's a legit US holster. My dad gave me the 1911 he bought in 1968 with a holster but he didn't know where the holster came from. 20140317_081350.jpg
    Mine was "tactically acquired" during my time in the Army. They issued it to me and I did not give it back.
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    Very very nice. thank you for sharing!

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    My .45 rig. Belt and Ka-bar are my wife's grandfather's original service gear from the Pacific in WW2. Pistol is R/R early 43 manufacture. Period magazine. Rest is repro gear. Holster, lanyard, mag pouch from World War Supply.


 
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