🔎 UNIDENTIFIED old leather belt pouch / holder

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Holster for the Czechoslovakian CZ/VZ 82 pistol. The numbers 029857 and 029485 are the serial numbers of the pistols that used that holster. As for the VPr that I don't have a clue on.

From my collection, the bottom pistol, a CZ-83, with its older sibling the CZ-52. The CZ-83 is the commercial version of the CZ-82, this will give you an idea what the CZ-82 looks like.

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I was gonna say it looked like WWII German military gun leather. It reminds me of my buddy Rick’s Luger holster.
Sarge nailed it!! Nice job
 
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