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Don Hume Leather Holsters

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by evolve23, Mar 3, 2011.

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  1. evolve23

    evolve23 Member

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    Just want to do a positive thread here for a minute.

    I bought some Don Hume leather holsters for my HK USPc 40 and my Sig P239 last week at a gun show. These holsters are the best leather holsters i've ever seen. You cannot beat them for the price either. They're at least half of what Galco charges for theirs.
     
  2. The Lone Haranguer

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    I've long recommended Hume products. :) Very good value for the money, and you can generally have them now. Not that I have anything against a wait time for a custom holster - and I've done it - but sometimes you don't want to wait.
     
  3. Onward Allusion

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    Yup. They are very good holsters for the money.
     
  4. john5036

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    Yessir, I have the IWB version for the G19 and it is excellent.
     
  5. 451 Detonics

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    You could say I like the Don Hume J.I.T. for CCW

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  6. wep45

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    i have a don hume holster made in 1959, when he first started his business in la mesa, california. model 4.....38. it fits my S&W model 64-5 NY-1 has if it were custom made.
     
  7. BossHogg

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    Welcome home to Hume. Best bang for the buck out there, IMO. Anytime I come across one for a decent price I buy it if I need it or not. I might just buy a gun later on that fits.
     
  8. QUICK_DRAW_McGRAW

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    ive got my Don Hume PCCH and 5inch 1911 on my hip right now, BEAUTIFUL leather and they are VERY easy to carry.
     
  9. SharpsDressedMan

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    I wish I had the basketweave River belt and holster I bought for my S&W back in 1968. I have not seen another maker make a better made rig since then. A quality company for sure.
     
  10. Z41

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    I enjoy my Ruger P345, but there are few holsters for it, I have a Fobus. Does anyone know if a holster for similar gun will fit it satisfactorily interchangeable? Thanks
     
  11. Nar

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    Just got one for my Sig p226 works great. I was supprised at how little i got it for (it was on sale for like $16) and I had long been looking for a lefty holster.
     
  12. MtnSpur

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    Hume OT721

    I started CC almost 7 years ago and the Don Hume OT721 has held a .380 Bersa, Sig P239, S&W 637, S&W model 410, Springfield XD .45 compact series and a Springfield 1911-A1 (mainly range work). Obviously NOT the same holster ;) . The fit, quality, durabilty and concealment factor are outstanding IMHO. Hard to beat such a great rig for the price.
     
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    I have one for my M&P9c.... The quality is not reflected by its great price! What a great product!
     
  14. Prorock

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    Just got one today. And the Glock that goes with it!
     
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