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Who Makes This Holster?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by wankerjake, Jan 11, 2013.

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  1. wankerjake

    wankerjake Member

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    Any idea what make this holster is? It fits a Commander size 1911, black leather. =P is the stamp...
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  4. JR Parker

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    Someone told me you were looking for the holster maker with the =P maker mark. I just happen to know who that is... Can I help?
     
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    Yes, please enlighten us!
     
  6. milshooter

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    It is a Parker Leather holster made in Wisconsin. I have two of them and I have to say they are great holsters.
     
  7. wankerjake

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    Thanks, Parker Leather... do you concur JR Parker??
     
  8. JR Parker

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    I'm the one that made the holster if that is what your asking...
     
  9. Jimfern

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    Nice work JR.
     
  10. JR Parker

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    Thank you..
     
  11. JR Parker

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    Introduce myself

    I'm the one that made the holster if that is what you’re asking... I consider myself a novice. I retired just over a year ago and at the suggestion of my wife to GET A HOBBY! I started building holsters.

    I do not build holsters for every gun out there but I do build them for guns I have access to... I learned early on that trying to build one that is “close” is just not good enough.

    I do not claim to be an expert on building them but I do have some insight about carrying one..., concealment and the trade off’s associated with speed vs security.

    I do not have a web site and I am not in business so I do not have access to the “business” account discounts associated with buying raw materials. It is just a hobby (one that I hope will pay for itself eventually).

    The holster in the photo I built as a special request for a person in southern Wi. If your on Facebook look me up Parker Leather...
     
  12. wankerjake

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    Well it's pretty good work for a novice, if I do say so myself. It fits great and seems to ride nice. I got it from a gentleman in Wisconsin. Mostly was just curious as to who made it, but I also sent you a message on Facebook. Thanks.
     
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    Thanks for saying..
     
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