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Sig Revolution Holsters

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by krolden, Jul 15, 2008.

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  1. krolden

    krolden Member

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    Is it just me or is possible to find a half descent Sig Revolution 1911 holster? I was talking to the owner of my local gunshop and he said that any 1911 holster would fit it, since its a 1911. Well I have three of them and neither of them really fit, I mean if I you really forced it down in there "yea" it would work, but then you need a two handed draw to take it back out again. :banghead:

    Is there any manufacturer of descent Sig Revolution 1911 holsters, not just 1911 holsters that don't correctly form to the blocky shape of the Sig 1911s? Thanks
     
  2. Thernlund

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    What kind of holster? You know leather has to be worked on a bit to make the fit perfect, yeah?

    I have a Galco 1911 holster that my buddy's Reveloution fit in just fine. It's well worn in though.


    -T.
     
  3. krolden

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    Ah, perhaps that is it. These holsters aren't well worn, the one in question I have been trying to force it into is a SpringField Armory holster that is apparently made out of skin around a bulls hoofs.
     
  4. Mainsail

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    The Serpa for a standard 1911 works fairly well, that's what I OC my GSR in. Some of the custom holster makers have the dummy for the GSR, others don't. You'll just have to call around.
     
  5. KyJim

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    I carry my Sig GSR Rev. C3 in a Milt Sparks Summer Special II. It was very tight so I used the trick of putting the gun in a plastic bag (freezer bag or sandwich bag) and inserting into holster. After a few hours, it loosened up just enough. It is still a snug fit but that's fine with me.
     
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    Wax Paper

    Just wrap the gun in a layer or 2 of wax paper and put it in the holster over night. Repeat until it is perfect. That's what I had to do for both of my leather GSR holsters. Oddly enough, the Kydex one worked fine.

    -Polish
     
  7. The Bushmaster

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    Call Kramer Leather...Custom holsters. Bit pricy, but will last a life time...

    www.kramerleather.com
     
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