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German LP2 Flare Pistol and Flare Case Combination

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Recently discovered in Germany, a small lot of original German Geco LP2 flare gun kits have been made available. Each 1960s vintage kit contains one Geco LP2 flare pistol in very good to excellent condition, one waterproof vinyl holster with shoulder strap, and one folding flare case with shoulder strap.

The German Geco LP2 flare pistol is extremely sought after by collectors and is the highest quality military issue flare pistol produced. The 6" blued steel barrel is chambered in the common 26.5mm round. All parts of the flare pistol are made of steel except for the two brown Bakelite grips. Each flare pistol is in very good to excellent condition and is fully operational.

The vinyl holster made for the Geco LP2 is a flap-over style holster with canvas retention strap sewn onto the flap. Each water resistant holster includes an adjustable shoulder strap that is mounted to the integral "D" rings that are sewn onto the backside of the holster.

Included in the LP2 Flare Pistol kit is a quad-folding canvas flare case. The four canvas flaps of the case fold back and out of the way to expose numerous canvas or leather flare bandolier loops. Each water resistant case measures approximately 7.5" wide by 7.5"long by 1.5" thick and securely holds a dozen 26.5mm flares.

Due to the nature of military surplus, some slight variances in color or material of the holsters or flare cases are possible. Each flare pistol has been inspected for completeness of assembly. Before firing any projectiles, we suggest taking flare pistol to a gunsmith for inspection. For liability reasons, no returns will be taken on these collectable flare pistol kits. 
Total number of Reviews: 6

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5.0 5
"Really good quality. I got it for the history. I rather pay a little more for something that will last generations than pay less for a lower quality item made out of plastic and break after a few uses. my flare gun came as pictured. very satisfied, but the flares are expensive."
4.0 5
"I was very impressed with the quickness of its arrival. The pistol has some marred spot made be some type of tool. The barrel is dated 1986 and the rest 1964. The holster is in very good condition (brand new looking). However, the cartridge pouch is disappointing. The leather trim seems to be deteriorating from age. Cheater than Dirt did not guarantee the condition. It seems to function. I'm good with that."
5.0 5
"It came as described, in great condition. This is a great part of history to own. I ordered a insert to shoot .22lr work flawlessly every time."
5.0 5
"Outstanding flare gun quality all the way. You will not be disappointed. Hazmat can be very costly so try and find flares locally."
3.0 5
"The gun works fine but is far from a very good/excellent condition. At best it is fair. Pistol was scratched up all over, finish was scratched off on 25% of the gun and holster was unusable because it was falling apart. Nothing a good coat of spray paint can't fix but collectors watch out."
5.0 5
"This is an excellent product, seconded by a flare gun expert I know. It also works great with .22, .38, and .45LC/.410 gauge Runway Sub-Caliber Devices (barrel inserts), formerly manufactured by Kennesaw Cannon Company, which legally allows it to shoot ammunition as well as flares."