The Polish PM63 Holster is a unique Polish army holster from the height of the Cold War era. This holster was designed to fit the uniquely Polish PM63 submachine gun which was chambered in 9x18mm and could be fired like a pistol. WIth the green canvas and leather construction this holster will be immediately recognized as a Polish army holster by any collector of Polish militaria.
Since the weapon this holster was designed for was large this holster has the ability to be adapted to carry large and extra large frame handguns. There are numerous reports of shooters adapting this holster to fit extra large frame revolvers like the Taurus Raging Judge Magnum and the Smith and Wesson 500. The canvas and leather materials used to produce it are very tough and the holster design has been combat proven.
|Manufacturer||Polish Army Surplus|
I ordered this for my 44 magnum. It's a S & W model 629, 6 inch barrel. The holster is a little large for this firearm, though I doubt it would be for the 7.5 inch version. I will have to make a few minor modifications to make this work, but am very happy with it.
First, I'd never even heard of the gun this holster was designed for. But for Star Wars costuming purposes (which is why I bought it) it fits the bill. It's a high quality heavy canvas holster. It has large belt loops and a stud flap to secure it to the thigh. It would require another strap, which wasn't included, but it isn't necessary. It had typical storage wear on the metal, but looks in other wise unissued condition.