Holsters,

Discussion in 'Holsters and Cases' started by hobbles, Sep 30, 2012.

  1. hobbles

    hobbles Junior Member

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    Mornin Boys, I have mad a couple for mine, but this is my fav for side carry. I enjoy layin em out, just never sure what the finished product will look like.
     
  2. hobbles

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    Also made a carring ,, case for it. Still haven't figured out why yet. [​IMG]
     

  3. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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    The holster turned out real nice hobbles...
     
  4. hobbles

    hobbles Junior Member

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    Thank ya shooter13 [​IMG]
     
  5. Heimdhal

    Heimdhal Well-Known Member

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    Always nice making your own gear! Good work brother.

    Set up for crossdraw if Im correct?
     
  6. hobbles

    hobbles Junior Member

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    Thank ya. Yep, cross draw. Learn't that from ridin my horse. I used to be a fast draw freak, that don't work sittin on a horse. (or ATV, or sittin in a car or just sittin)
     
  7. danlau

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    Carry Holster for Thunder 380

    Has anyone used a Cell Pall Concealed Carry Holster? Looks easy on the video. I'm a big guy (6'3" X 275lbs) and I'm having trouble finding a everyday carry holster that is comfortable.
     
  8. David

    David Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Try UBG holsters.

    www.ubgholsters.com
     
  9. Heimdhal

    Heimdhal Well-Known Member

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    I've had quite a few customers come over from the "cell pal/pager pal/ hide-it-holster" They biggest gripe is the unnatural draw positions and slow retrieval speed in real-world situations, and long-term comfort. Im not saying they DONT work, Im just saying htis has been pretty much the word for word reports from the customers that have talked to me on the subject. Coincidentally, I have wound up about two tables away from one of their sellers at the last 4 guns showss, lol.

    Give us a look at www.hhholsters.com, we offer a 10% discount for forum members.
     
  10. 22shooter

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    22shooter

    For concealment you can't beat www.remoraholsters.com. They are the absolute most comfortable holster I have ever had. No clip, made from the skin of a remora fish. Does not slip, slide or move. The material just holds on. Love mine.
     
  11. Isign69

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    Remora "No Clip, Non-Slip" products are made of an incredibly new non-slip PVC coated knitted polyester material,
     
  12. phideaux

    phideaux Well-Known Member Supporter

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    REMORA,
    Comfortable, sticks like glue wherever you put it.

    I love mine.

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    Jim
     
  13. Pantheon

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    Had a friend get me into kydex work and now make all my own holsters, even made some pocket holsters out of neoprene mouse pads for myself, one of which I actually carry daily for the last year or there abouts. Comfortable, stays in place like it is part of the pocket and easy to get at, plus it was a fun project. If you got an old mouse pad laying around I would say give it a try, I used a $4 stitch awl from harbor freight to do it and it has held together great, will post pictures if I can ever log in from my PC.