Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by CraigC, Nov 18, 2021.
the old warhorse.
Just as an aside, I alway liked that in
the movie "Treasure of the Sierra Madre"
Bogart, Huston and Holt wore one-piece
Western holsters that literally swallowed
up the Colt "Army" .38s (more than likely
marked Official Police but for the timeline
in the movie I think "Army").
I do it. The Threepersons is still extremely popular. Only cover the trigger on a 1911 holster. The ignorant safety Nazi's can suck eggs.
@CraigC , can uhhh.. can we get a picture of the iron out of the holster?
The California pattern sure does look good with the large frame DA revolver, an excellent combo for sure.
The holster came out real nice.
I don't remember where I got it but probably Tandy. I was going to check my order history but it seems that they have reset all customer accounts. I'll get the number off it.
Ask and ye shall receive!
I’ve never tried stamping a pattern. I’m afraid it would:
A. Drive me insane.
B. I’d screw it up.
That’s very nice. Very.
Fantastic looking holster; love the stamped pattern!
Separate names with a comma.