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twillis
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Posted: April 12 2018 at 10:24am | IP Logged Quote twillis

turbo1889 wrote:


Don't know how that happened !!!
Full30.com is a gun video site and the
video in question is from the Military
Arms Channel about "Victory Revolvers"
made in the U.S. in the British 38-200
chambering and sent to England under the
lend lease program. Very nice
reproduction leather airmans holster he
says he paid $40 for complete with
shoulder strap and everything.


There is an ad that pops up first. I am sure it changes constantly and is probably what Wade saw.

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Posted: April 12 2018 at 10:28am | IP Logged Quote Old Ranger

Rex, I understand your situation. I don't have the
"midriff bulge" issue but I have issue with my
hands not workin' like they oughta. I'll keep my
eyes open for a decent 4" L frame rig. Right handed I
take it. Black or brown?
Hey, I got resources around here for stuff like that.


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Posted: April 12 2018 at 10:50am | IP Logged Quote Rex

Right hand and any color but pink.
Leaving today for oldest Granddaughter's wedding down in Omaha. Was going tomorrow but the weather forecast call for possible Blizzard starting tomorrow afternoon.
When will winter ever end? The boys are trying to get corn ground ready to plant and a blizzard coming?
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Drive safe. Stay warm. Hope ya get a hunter/shooter like
I did when my oldest granddaughter got married!

And I'll see what I can find for ya.

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Posted: April 13 2018 at 7:09am | IP Logged Quote M700

Rex - coming into this discussion late.

I've been using a very nice leather holster from Dillon... Ha!

For 20+ years. It's looking a bit worn now but still works great. Holds my 1911 very nicely.

Avail via the Dillon website, they still sell the same one, I think it's called the "LTD."

Kramer, arguably one of the best holster makers anywhere, offers his very nice version of that as well. Horsehide if you want. Horsehide makes an excellent holster!

Figure that a really good leather holster isn't going to be cheap though.

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I have the perfect holster, for me..! I made it myself. Making holsters is not rocket science, and depending on how much time you want to spend you can produce as good or better than most production models.

I prefer off side carry, I have a lot of interaction with large predators and need to be able to easily get at my side arm from under a heavy jacket. Ever try to draw a handgun from "strong" side carry from under a jacket when you are sitting on a log out in the forest..?

I like the belt slide holsters (we used to call those pancake holsters) They are secure, you do not need a big wide belt to keep they from wobbling around as all single belt loop holsters do. They ride close to the body if you need to have your gun concealed.

The last one I made works for all of my autos and my SAA copies.



It is not art, but it works, the sewing material is string from the top of a horse feed bag.. make do with what we have.
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Posted: April 13 2018 at 7:29pm | IP Logged Quote REM1875

My last holsters .....US military shoulder holster which
I am very familiar with.
3 Bandoleer/holster rigs for left hand.....have trouble
keeping my pants up and these don't require that.....

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