I guess i was looking for a "Add to cart" button or something...
March 25, 2014, 04:34 PM
Their canvas items were OK.
Just a thought, but there are some folks on the CMP Forum who collect WW2 items.
Or you can 'goodle' Militaria.
March 25, 2014, 09:06 PM
I'd spend some money here to check out their products,,,,,might try out one of their military rifle slings..........
March 26, 2014, 05:08 PM
I bought one of their Victory (http://pacificcanvasandleather.com/holsters/pcl_12_sh.htm) rigs to copy the straps,,,
After I got what I wanted I gifted it away to a biker friend.
That was three years ago,
He's still wearing it every day,,,
And it's holding up very nicely for him.
For the low price of $39.95 + shipping,,,
It's a bargain if you like the style,,,
He carries a 4" Model 19 in it.
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March 26, 2014, 05:16 PM
I've never bought a holster from them, but I bought one of their fitted cases for my C96 w/ shoulder stock and it is gorgeous. Good craftsmanship and quality materials.
If I ever find a nice government NM 1911 I'll get another case from them in a heartbeat.
March 26, 2014, 11:16 PM
I have a couple of their holsters, including the Victory model shoulder holster. Their stuff seems well made, and a decent value for the price. The P38 hard shell holster I have is really well done.
I also have a Cathey Ent. GI 1911 tanker, and three El Paso tankers, one each for a Glock 17, K, and N frame Smiths. When you put them all together, then you can see the difference in thickness of the leather and differences in construction between the $39 holster and the $100+ holsters, but thats not saying the P&C holsters are inferior.
I have added their canvas shell carriers to my El Paso's that carry revolvers, as they are a nice touch and are very handy.
My only real complaint is, they dont have "on line" ordering, which is a bit of a rarity these days.
April 1, 2014, 07:16 PM
Thanks for all of the replies.
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