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Don Hume H721 OT

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by g.a.stahle, Dec 21, 2010.

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  1. g.a.stahle

    g.a.stahle Member

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    Does anyone use this holster? I've seen a lot of mention of Don Hume brand holsters throughout the site, and I'm getting the impression that they're good quality tools. I carry a Kimber Pro TLE II and I currently alternate between a Galco IWB suede holster, a nylon IWB, a Fobus roto-paddle, an Uncle Mike's nylon OWB and a Blackhawk Check-Six.

    I'm looking for a good quality, attractive leather holster that will get the job done and can be worn strong side. Any thoughts/input would be greatly appreciated, Thanks!
     
  2. viking499

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    I have one for a CZ and is is a very nicely made holster. Rides and hold well.
     
  3. WNC Seabee

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    I have one for an XD 45. Looks good and works very nicely.
     
  4. sig220mw

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    I have a 720 OT for my sig 220 and am happy with it.

    It is a paddle style unlike the 721 but the quality is great so I would assume that it is a good one. I got mine at a gun show a while back and the guy had some 721's and they all looked good. I just wanted a paddle style.
     
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  5. The Lone Haranguer

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    Good value for the money. :)
     
  6. g.a.stahle

    g.a.stahle Member

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    Thanks, fellas! I see an order form in my very near future...
     
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    I have a Don Hume for my SP101. Economical and fits my gun perfectly.
     
  9. Guns and more

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    I have a Don Hume and it is nice for the money. But for the same money, I think Bullard has nicer leather, good stitching.
     
  10. Bo

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    I have several Don Hume holsters. 1 or 2 for each gun I own. They're inexpensive not cheap, holsters. You really can't go wrong with them.
     
  11. eagle45

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    I have 721OT holsters for my XD and SP101 and like them very well. Very comfortable and secure. Rides high and holds the gun securely.

    Another one you may want to consider is the H710. I've been using one of these lately for my XD45 and it has become my primary holster. Have another for a Colt New Agent. It does not have the body shield like the 721OT though.
     
  12. possum

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    i had one when i had my kahr k-40, it was a great holster, and i wish i still had it and the kahr to go with it.
     
  13. Mike J

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    I have 721 OT holsters for my XD-40 & my Ruger P944. They work fine.
     
  14. cwl1862

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    I own several Hume holsters including several of the 721 & 721OT, 715 and JIT for both Autos and Revolvers. Can't say enought in praise of Hume holsters, well made and reasonably priced. Bought mine from Gunners Alley on line they're a great retailer, I highly recomend them. :D

    http://www.gunnersalley.com/category/brandswecarry.donhumeleather/
     
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  15. MikePaiN

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    This DH is a very nice ItW holster. I had the thumb-brake version for my P9
    and have on order the new open-top w/ body shield for my new K9

    here the older DH
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  16. Karate

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    DH is a great product I love mine for sig 228
     
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