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Old 03-27-2020, 11:27 AM
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Bought this holster recently because it's well made, well tooled, and in great shape. Problem is, I have no idea what it's supposed to fit. There are no maker's marks anywhere on it. I've tried a K-frame, J-frame, 1911, and a Ruger Blackhawk, all to no avail. I suspect a .22 semiauto, maybe? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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I would guess that you are right with .22 Auto Probably Colt or High Standard
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.22 semi auto looks like it would fit.

Where in Texas? If you are close we can try one of my Brownings in it.
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That impression visible at the top may help, look at it with a light and you may be able to tell what gun put it there.
I agree, .22 auto is probable.
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.22 semi auto looks like it would fit.

Where in Texas? If you are close we can try one of my Brownings in it.
I'm in the North Dallas area.
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