My latest leather holster - Glock 36 has a new home.


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malakili
March 17, 2011, 12:35 AM
Hello, all. Just completed this IWB holster for my .45 Glock. This one has snap belt loops attached with t-nuts. The loops can be easily removed and replaced if needed, for instance if my belt width changed or I wanted to dabble with metal clips or kydex attachments.
Holster also features 20 degree forward cant, mouth reinforcement and side guard.

I'm getting pretty quick with the stitching, maybe takes a few minutes per inch. ;)

Comments and criticism welcome.

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Hardtarget
March 17, 2011, 01:34 AM
Does the loop under the grip interfere when you draw? The holster looks nice and I like the t-nut making a loop change easy. Always have the "boy,I wish I'd thought of that" about two weeks after a project is finished.

Mark

malakili
March 17, 2011, 01:53 AM
Does the loop under the grip interfere when you draw? The holster looks nice and I like the t-nut making a loop change easy. Always have the "boy,I wish I'd thought of that" about two weeks after a project is finished.

Mark
The loop doesn't interfere with the draw, I have plenty of finger clearance.

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