USMC Long Drop .45 1911 Colt Holster
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Sold Date: 08/16/2010
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Militaria & Weapons
Out of an old Marine's sea bag is this holster. It had an old 1911 Colt in it ( I ran the serial number and it shows to have been shipped to the Brooklyn Navy Yard in 1918 ).....The pistol is gone, I'm offering this USMC Marked long drop holster, no swivel, hand stamped on the reverse " LBP / 1937 ". Photo evidence shows this style holster was used up into the World War Two Pacific campaigns by Old Corps personel. The leather is fully intact and pliable, but does show some surface cracking. The leg strap is pretty much molded in place from nonuse. The P-1937 EGA is NOT included..... Semper-Fi ....If you need additional pictures, or have a question....just ask...Thanx... Since the Shipping Calculator is not always correct, I WILL NOT OVERCHARGE FOR POSTAGE , I refund any excess shipping fees over $1.oo via PayPal....OK? International bidders: Please use calculator in the " Shipping and Payments " tab found in the listing below the images for your postage & handling charge...... Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. Three day no questions asked return privilege, but if you break it, and then don't want it....Too bad; I provide shipping insurance, tfore, I will not accept return of damaged goods. Otherwise, I'll give a 100% refund, including original postage, you pay the return postage and insurance ...Fair 'nuff?? Insurance is included for ConUS Priority postage. International bidders are welcome, PayPal Only, Actual insurable postage with tracking, and you get no return privilege.....( Excessive postage will be refunded via PayPal ).
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