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Here are two of my favorite unmarked holsters. The saddle tan one was found at the big Tulsa show many years ago, it fits 4" M&P.
The brown one I found at the High Noon sale in Mesa, AZ in 2015. It fits 5" M&P.
Both are well built and show good use. I hope you enjoy them.
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The One on the left is very interesting,Thanks for sharing.
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Wish I knew more about the darker brown holster. I was specifically looking for a nice older holster for the 1921 shipped M&P that is in it. Kinda' has a Brill look to it, but not lined and much different stitching. Even has leather lace holding one side of the cuff. Marks on the back by the toe are 32 over a 5.
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That is a sweet looking "Brill like" you have there. The 32 with the 5
below undoubtedly means 5" barrel and .32 Military & Police. They did
make some on the square butt K frame.
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I can see the Brill/Rabensburg influence in both of those. I would've bought either - or both of those in a heart beat. These days I tend to be drawn more and more toward holsters from unknown or obscure makers over a lot of the more well known brands in vintage leather.

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