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Scottz63

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    Mid Mo.
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    Military guns and field equipment, muscle cars.

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  1. Just added it to my wife's Amazon account for a Christmas present to me.
  2. 1932 Frankford Arsenal. Just picked them up yesterday.
  3. Top, my early 4 digit Army serial number M1917. Bottom my 1960 Police Positive Special, Columbian Police marked.
  4. Very nice. Even though the receiver has been drilled and filled, it should be a great shooter. My Smith Corona 1903A3 is on of my best shooting rifles.
  5. Thank you! I'm not going to put anything on it. Going to clean it with a soft bristled brush and wipe it down with a damp cloth. That should be good enough.
  6. Here is a link to the other post with the bomb stamp. https://www.usmilitariaforum.com/forums/index.php?/topic/166575-textan-1942-revolver-holster-markings/&tab=comments#comment-1264012
  7. Got it. I have been reading a lot about saddle soap and other dressings/cleaners since this post, I will stay away from all of them. Thanks. I have also found a very old post on this forum about the ordinance bomb stamp. Appears that a few early WW2 holsters had this marking. Cool. I would like to see how many more of these there are still around. Anybody have one? Scott
  8. Got this in yesterday to go with my pistol rig. Been looking for a few months for the right one. Got a pretty good deal on it. Pretty nice shape, still nice and pliable. Needs a little cleaning. Saddle soap maybe? It's a 1942 Textan. It has an interesting marking on the inside of the flap. Something I have never seen before in one of these, a faint ordinance bomb. Anyone seen this before?
  9. Cool. Thank you. I was wondering whet the M-4190 marking was.
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