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Belgian police, 1960's to present-ish.

See page 81, Vanderlinden's excellent "Holsters and Shoulder-Stocks of the World".
 

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thanks lee, as i don't have the book, i'll take you word for it...lol. was it for the fn1922 or what did they carry? interesting that when you lift the flap, it would slide down to keep access to holster unless it was snapped again. rick
 

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Yes, that is what the holster is designed to do, like the Theuermann Patent holsters.

For the 1922.

Vanderlinden says it was FN's standard police model and likely used by many countries.
 
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