Milt Sparks Watch Six


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The Lone Haranguer
April 8, 2008, 10:20 PM
I ordered it in early November 2007 and received it today. It is for a S&W 3913LS. I thought a light and slim gun deserved a light and slim holster. Beautiful work. :) It fits perfectly, not even needing a break-in period - the degree of retention is just right. Although it is thin and not reinforced, the horsehide is stiff enough that it will not collapse under simple belt pressure. A minor nitpick - something that I would have done differently - is that the body shield's indentation for the slide-mounted safety lever is made for the lever down, i.e., the engaged position. I prefer to carry these guns with the safety off (up) and just use it as a decocker. But the resulting slight gap does not protrude into my side, so I will let that one go. Perhaps I will give them some feedback about it.

You may have noticed how long I waited for it. Yes, it was a long time. But, it was within the advertised time frame, and they were up front about it when I placed the order, as well as not charging my card of credit until the order was ready to ship. I wish I had a camera so I could show you how nice it is. :(;)

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JDGray
May 2, 2008, 11:57 AM
I have a Watch Six for my G23, they are very comfortable holsters. I have 2 more ordered for other guns:)

bigdaddydan
May 2, 2008, 12:30 PM
I have heard great things about milt sparks holsters :D:D:D:D

steveracer
May 2, 2008, 12:35 PM
I have three. Two for 1911's and one for a K-frame. Best holsters I have ever used, and the rest of the $1K in leather sits in boxes...

Unisaw
May 2, 2008, 12:47 PM
I have a Watch Six for my HKUSP45c. It is a great holster. The thinness helps make up for the slightly blocky shape of the gun.

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