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Some Gear I made in Coyote.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by possum, Mar 25, 2011.

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  1. possum

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    "Ludus Magnus" Coyote Gear.

    xd service model OWB
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    The beginings of my go to war/ instructor belt rig. G-19 OWB and 2 gen 3 pmag pouches.
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    A set that I made for a dude. G-19 owb and double g-19 mag pouch.
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    I am working on a huge order right now, so more to follow. Thanks for looking.
     
  2. NG VI

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    Sweet, do any IWB stuff? Personally I love a thin IWB (KYDEX!!!) holster, I really don't think you can beat them for comfort and concealment with a full-on duty legit pistol.
     
  3. Jeb21

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    Possum that is great! Let me know if and when your are willing to take some more orders.
     
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    Could you detail the process a bit or is it a trade secret? ;)

    I can't imagine it being difficult actually forming it, but design and testing/tweaking are probably what eats up time and money.
     
  5. possum

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    I do, however until recently my supplier has been out of the thickness and color that I usually use for IWB holsters. So I got some coyote and went to work with that for a while. They just got more in and it should be here by the end of the week. I have some other threads on here with IWB stuf that I have done.

    Thank you, and will do.

    no trade secret. I got the general idea from the internet on various forums and videos. Then with trial and error I figured out how to do it the best way, IMO of course. I would be happy to do a step by step picture and written tutorial one day in the future. I honestly just do not have the time right now. I start school in a week, and have big orders going for kydex, instructing for a company etc.

    I have alot of people that do T&E for me. 2 training companies, 1 Executive Protection company, myself, and various other individuals. It does cost a little to send things off to be tested. However you send $100 worth to a company and then they put in an order for $1000 or so, so it pays off.
     
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    I would love to see a tutorial...absolutely no hurry though. Everyones busy.
     
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    More coyote gear.

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