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  1. #101
    This old shoulder rig has been modified and has carried probably a dozen guns since I've owned it!



    And, my old CAS rig that carried a matched pair of .45 Scoffield 1872 Open Top Colt repro's

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  2. #102
    Another homely, but useful holster. This one is a copy of as Askins Avenger, which is what the 1911 is riding in.



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    Those are great looking rigs Slow Hand!
    Where's the Kaboom? There was supposed to be an earth shattering Kaboom.

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  4. #104
    Very very cool stuff Slow Hand. Any pics of those Scoffields outside the holsters?
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  5. #105
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    Very very cool stuff Slow Hand. Any pics of those Scoffields outside the holsters?
    They were 1872 Colt copies in .45 Schofiled. The cool thing was that I modified my 1860 Henry to function with the Schofiled round as well, so I had matching pistols and rifle, just like the originals, but they were all chambered in .44 rimfire!

    here they are with an 1851 cartridge conversion

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    my pair of 1872's were fit with thenlinger 1860 grip and I really liked the way they felt!
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    Figure I'd snap a few while I wait on my coffee, Match Champion, Lobo Gun Leather.





  7. #107
    I made this for my buddy. I don't make too many holsters, but I liked this one...

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    My Smith and Wesson Model 36 from 1981. El Paso saddlery holster not great but not bad, it gets the job done. I may upgrade it in the future.

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    Here are mine. S&W Model 66-4 snubby in a Bianchi Cyclone holster, S&W Model 66-1 (unholstered) and Manurhin MR73 in a Simply Rugged pancake holster. I've got another Simply Rugged on order for the snubby.



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    To be honest...I really like the Bianchi Model #7, 3-slot, thumb-snap holsters for my Ruger Revolvers...they sit nicely...they're comfortable...they hold their shape...they function correctly...nothing bad to say about them. I prefer the 3-slot holster because I tend to wear cross-draw in the winter months while wearing a vest...I can leave the vest open at the top and reach down in and retrieve it even while sitting in a vehicle with a seat belt on (which typically traps a gun under a coat while wearing 2-3-4:00 position for a RH draw.)

    Model 7 Shadow® II Pancake-Style Holster - The Safariland Group

    The holster I have for my Alaskan is a Ross Leather closed-bottom 3-slot holster...it makes the beast feel as if it's 1/2 the weight when I'm out hiking!

    M19 Closed Bottom Dual Position Pancake Holster With Thumb Break - M19 - Pancake Style - Concealment

    Stupid should hurt!!! ~ Amishman44

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