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Seventrees reproductions?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by PaulKersey3, Nov 28, 2012.

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  1. PaulKersey3

    PaulKersey3 Member

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    I've been on the lookout for some time now for an original Seventrees holster (any model) Are there any close replicas or contemporary copies out there? I remember seeing their brochure years ago and some of Paris Theodore's stuff really looked one of a kind.
     
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    Ken Null bought all the designs and now manufactures them

    You know Theodore never built any of them, or the guns, right?
     
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    I grew up in Chick Gaylord's old cop store. When I came back from da Nam and later Narcing met Paris Theodore and was less than impressed the longer I knew him.:(
    Too flashy for me but he sure had a spook following.:scrutiny:
    I gave my last Seventrees holster , a BHP belt model, to a Pennsylvania doctors wife a few year back. About a month after I got the BHP holster in maybe 1976, I carefully trimmed away the stupid design thumb break on the holster and it was pretty good but had too much extra leather for me and it wrapped around a lady's hips better than for a man IMHO.
    Some of the Seventree (now much refined by Null) designs were either less than secure or crazy secure and not smooth.
    Now if you can find a nice Gaylord open top scabbard you will really have something!
     
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    met paris and the crew at shot show 86
     
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    Aaaand? What's the rest of the story?
     
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    Great!!! I checked out K.L. Null's site. I'm going with the Gibson Covert. Does anyone have any of the weird oldies they had like the upside down Walther scabbard with suppressor room? Or the equally weird Coccyx holsters for the High Standard Derringers? The one I didn't see was the rumored tie holster. Thanks for the tip!
     
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    That is the SMZ. It is part of their regular line and they make it for a number of pistols from the Seecamp to the Beretta 92...they used to make a model for the MAC 10. I have one for my Kahr CW9
     
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