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Holster picture club?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by basicblur, Aug 26, 2010.

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  1. basicblur

    basicblur Member

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    Post your holster/rig pictures here?

    If anyone knows of a similar thread, let me know-not having much luck searching for a holster picture thread.

    I've seen some nice rigs in here-I try to keep/label the pix on ones that I think I might be interested in down the road.

    Thanks
     
  2. Rembrandt

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    Don't know where to start.....just seem to multiply.

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  3. e2cTrainer

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    Here's my current Daily Carry Rig
     

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    Old restored Bianchi duty rig. :)

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    Hazel Pancake and double mag pouch.

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    Both of these are gone, hated the cheap Bianchi floppy IWB, gave it away.
    Revolver went to my landlord.:)

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    That a good start? :D
     
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  5. Rail Driver

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    I currently use a Bianchi Shadow OWB.

    Still looking for a decent IWB for a full size Sigma (lol)
     

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    Thanks for the link, armoredman, but unfortunately it's out of my price range. I'm happy with Bianchi holsters, and they're much easier on the wallet than the High Noon gear. I'll likely be ordering this: http://www.bianchi-intl.com/product/Prod.php?TxtModelID=120

    G23 holsters fit the full size Sigma very nicely in the absence of a holster made for a Sigma.
     
  8. W.E.G.

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    My Friday afternoon holster.

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  9. basicblur

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    Not too shabby! :cool:
    Actually, your post with pix of your Hazel Leather holsters in another thread from a few days ago got me checking my saved holster pix-thought I had more saved than I do. That Hazel stuff do look good, but I see he's currently not taking orders-didn't realize I already had him bookmarked.

    I got nuttin' 'special'-just an old run o' the mill Galco Fletch (USPC) & DeSantis Thumb Break Scabbard (SIG P229R)-I did break down and get a High Noon Holsters Sky High (XDSC), but I sure hate that 3 month wait.

    Thought the picture thread might peak some folks interest-often the rigs folks order look better than the pix on the makers' sites. I see a lot of holsters that interest me only to find I already had the maker's site bookmarked.

    FWIW, I use the DeSantis dual mag carrier with both the Galco and High Noon-I didn't particularly care for the way either Galco or High Noon's dual mag carriers overlap the leather, which means I couldn't get the same tension on both magazine pockets. With theirs, one pocket was always much tighter than the other-I prefer the same tension on both spare mags.
     
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    I almost forgot this one, Bianchi M-100 made for a Glock 19, fits CZ P01 and PCR just fine. Still have it around here somewhere. Good solid rig, but I prefer a belt loop, not clip. Not bad for just under $50 at Sportsman's Warehouse a few years ago.

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    I actually JUST sold this one, something many people won't see, a Galco Hi-Jak made for the TZ-75, wore it with a Witness EA40 for many years, now doing honorable duty again not too far from here with a CZ75.

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    Here's a better picture of that old Bianchi, after I polished up the leather and snaps. :D

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    That rig begs for a high polished dump pouch or belt mounted six pack, but I use speedloaders mostly...;)
     
  11. Wagon

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    First off.. to me.. I consider it as the "ultimate" IWB linky.. I do visit often: http://forums.1911forum.com/showthread.php?t=196181

    Now.. here's my holster journey -- ended at HBE and Buck's :D

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    Ok I'll play

    My latest attempt to holster making.
     

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    That Hazel just looks too purty to carry IWB!
     
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    Which one? ;)
     
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    I like the tactical aspects of W.E.G.'s rig....
     
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    I would have to agree, there are times when a cold one should be at your side, but your hands might be occupied. Looks like a true barbeque rig!
     
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    Nothing special, just usable. Modified Bianchi thumb break, Lasco Leather OWB, Lightning Gregory speed holster, local made for Sig P6.
     

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  18. basicblur

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    It's all starting to make sense now...

    Mebbe his rig explains this picture of him? :D
     

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    [​IMG]/[/IMG] An El Paso Saddlery lefty for a 5" N-frame Smith found on gunbroker, on a very inexpensive, unknown make belt picked up in a gunshow box. Total rig was under $100.
     
  21. armoredman

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    I like how the grips and the holster almost match! Very nice BBQ rig!
     
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    Holsters

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    I like tooled leather.
     
  23. MonthOfAngle

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    Beautiful :what:
     
  24. stonehenge69

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    Here's one that Rocky at Pure Kustom made for me.
    Pure Kumfort :)

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  25. armoredman

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    Very nice, puts that "Dont Mess with Texas" at a new level. :)
     
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