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Old 11-12-2011, 03:28 PM
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Default Bucheimer pm-34 holster

I was out picking this morning and came across an old holster. Looks like it was made in the same era as the later Heiser holsters.
I'm a sucker for any old leather at a great price, so I picked it up.

The stamp on the back and the snaps say Bucheimer and the model is stamped PM-34.

Looks on the small side and it's fairly thin. Not wide enough for a revolver, so I'm thinking a small auto??

Does anyone have a chart for this company depicting what the model numbers mean or know What type of gun this might fit?

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The Bucheimer BPM-34 fits the following :

1903 Colt
.32 ACP and.380 ACP Most commonly known as the General Officers Pistol.

1917 Savage .380 Auto

1934 Beretta .380 Auto

Last availability was in the 1970 catalog.
Availible in L or R handed
Black and Brown
The belt loop has a snap feature on the belt loop.

Hope this helps.


It took me some digging to find it.
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Oldafsp,
Thank you very much. I was striking out on the web.
I appreciate your help.

It will be interesting to research the guns, now that I know what they are.
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Your very welcome.

I have been told I am a cornicopia of useless information....
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