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I have this holster and would like to know what gun(s) it was made for? It measures 5-1/2”. And, as the pictures show is stamped 10 F. I’m pretty sure the”F” indicates Floral Carved, but I’m at a loss on the 10. Anybody that can offer assistance is greatly appreciated!
 

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That can't be right, because
A - a Colt Anaconda is much larger than a Smith K frame, and
B - there is no way that holster is made for a 4-inch barreled gun.
 

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Would be nice to get a better picture that was smaller. In my computer the picture fills up the whole screen and I have to scroll to see the rest of the holster.
 

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Interesting. According to that chart One Shot posted, it is supposed to fit a Colt D frame or a Smith & Wesson J frame, up to four and a half inch barrel.

According to the picture on that chart, their guns had a closed toe.

It is quite possible that someone with a 2 inch gun, having no need for a holster that will accept a 4 and 1/2 inch, did a little modifying.
 

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That can't be right, because
A - a Colt Anaconda is much larger than a Smith K frame, and
B - there is no way that holster is made for a 4-inch barreled gun.
I was just going off of information that I found over on the s&w forum. I couldn't find that chart.
 
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That can't be right, because
A - a Colt Anaconda is much larger than a Smith K frame, and
B - there is no way that holster is made for a 4-inch barreled gun.
That was my thinking…

Interesting. According to that chart One Shot posted, it is supposed to fit a Colt D frame or a Smith & Wesson J frame, up to four and a half inch barrel.

According to the picture on that chart, their guns had a closed toe.

It is quite possible that someone with a 2 inch gun, having no need for a holster that will accept a 4 and 1/2 inch, did a little modifying.
There’s definitely no signs of modification.
 

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The charts might be different depending on the era.
This chart lists a 10F for a 25 caliber Colt.
Seems more appropriate for the size of the holster.
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