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Tucker Leather

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by guy5051, Mar 15, 2009.

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  1. guy5051

    guy5051 Member

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    I have a S&W 3913SL and I want an OWB rig to carry it. I like the looks of the Tucker Gun Leather HF1. Does anyone have any experience with this holster maker and does his work deserve the premium price
     
  2. TAG2501

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    Yes. Yes. And yes. I have at least four Tucker holsters, belt and IWB (Texas Heritage). Including two HF1's. His work is outstanding. The HF 1 is very solid and his tooling work is gorgeous. The delivery is really s-l-o-w, but the results are one in a lifetime quality.
     
  3. novalty

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    I have been considering the HF-1 for my 5906, as I saw one in an older post on the THR, and thought the black color with white thread looked really sharp with the contrast of the black grips and stainless finish. Here is the pic
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    Paul
     
  4. D-Day

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    Novalty, that is extremely sharp. I really like the black leather/white stitching...I might have to check them out.
     
  5. novalty

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    D-Day,

    Yeah the Tucker is a great looking rig, one of the only pics I have found of a S&W 5906 in a holster, the other holster I think is a great looking quality rig is the MacDaniel II by Andrews Leather. Here is a pic of a Kimber in one:
    [​IMG]

    Paul
     
  6. jaysouth

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    Worth the seven-eight month wait.
     
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