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More fantastic work from TT Gunleather!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by CPshooter, Nov 26, 2012.

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  1. CPshooter

    CPshooter Member

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    Santa brought me some early Christmas gifts this year. The 26 is in Tim's IWB Slim Holster model and the 17 is in his Elite DDOE Snap Removable Holster OWB model. The Elite DDOE holster and matching double mag holder have caiman skin trim. Just beautiful work all the way around. Fit and function are perfect as well. Tim is great to work with and I can't say enough about his product. I highly recommend his stuff!

    Btw, the 17 holster is actually a 34 holster. I don't have a 34 yet, but I do have a factory threaded barrel for the 17 and it fills in the extra space at the end of the holster perfectly. Figured this way I won't have to buy another expensive holster when I pick up a 34.

    I have more TTGL goodies on the way for my P7M8 and a gun belt too! Every pistol I own and shoot will end up in a TTGL holster eventually.

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  2. CPshooter

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    Dang..that pic turned out rather crappy. Sorry everyone. I'll try and snap some good ones with natural sunlight tomorrow if I get a chance.

    *edit* In case anyone was wondering, both guns are completely stock except for the addition of Heinie Ledge straight-8 night sights. This is how they will stay. The only thing that might change this is if I get a 9mm suppressor soon and find that I want taller sights for the 17. Even then, I'd go through the trouble of making my own custom tall sights before I put one of the currently available 3-dot sights on it. I don't like 3-dot sights very much...too distracting IMO.
     
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  3. TEAM101

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    First I've heard of that company. Looks like quality leather at fair prices.
     
  4. CPshooter

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    Sorry folks...been busy and there hasn't been any daylight left after getting home from work. Still planning on taking some better pics.
     
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    I agree. Tim is a real gentleman and outsanding craftsman that takes a lot of pride in his work.
     
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    Hoo.! that looks pretty slick
     
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