Discussion in 'Bags, Gear And Load-Outs' started by SHOOTER13, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 Guest

    Here's a place to post pictures of the holsters and rigs that we all collect over the years to carry our firearms...

    So, if you have found a good fitting holster that works... please post a pic, add a review, and provide a link to the manufacturer's site.
  2. SHOOTER13

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  3. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 Guest

    This is one of two western rigs I had made for my single action sixshooters...

    TEXAS GUNSLINGER RIG (shown w/ Colt SAA)


    I have another exactly like this ( except in dark brown ) for my Ruger Bisley Vaquero.

    Both rigs were made by Tom Hancock of: http://texasgunslinger.com/
  4. oktexan

    oktexan Copper BB

    Does anyone know the history or value of ths Browning holster (Hi Power).

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  5. I've owned one when they first came out even bid on one on Ebay recently but, it went way too high($90 IIRC?) for me.
  6. Rudolph31

    Rudolph31 .30-06

    After the recent events in Ferguson, I decided to get a little more serious about what I carry. The holster is made by Mitch Rosen and purchased from Dillon Precision.


    I highly recommend ordering one of their belts also. For me, this is the only way to carry a large handgun comfortably. I liked it so much I bought another one for my Hi Power. In this case I had to order from the factory and wait a few months as the HP isn't as popular as it once was.


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  7. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 Guest

    Good choice on the holster...and the Colt inside it Rudolph !!
  8. Rudolph31

    Rudolph31 .30-06

    Thank you, Shooter. I really like the Colt, although at first I was leery of the Series 80 trigger and full length guide rod. Zero failures, no FTF, FTE, or stovepipes.
  9. TexasPete

    TexasPete .22LR

    Shooter 13: Do you like your Vaquero? I've got an Uberti SAA clone (7.5 in, .45) that was a gift and I really like it. I've been thinking about the Vaquero for a while...

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