Very nice holster.
This is a discussion on Review of Milt Sparks CC-AT within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Hi All, Here is my brief review (heavy on pics though) of this concealed carry holster for my Colt Government. This is the left handed ...
Here is my brief review (heavy on pics though) of this concealed carry holster for my Colt Government.
This is the left handed version in Cordovan. It has the muzzle tension screw near the bottom to allow for future adjustment. I don’t currently use it, as the holster is plenty tight without it, but I appreciate the thoughtfulness of including it.
This is another picture, but in more daylight. The depth of color and detail is beautiful.
One feature I like is it covers the trigger guard completely. You may say “so what”, but several holsters I looked at didn’t cover the trigger completely. I found this surprising.
Backside of the holster. It carries markings of 1 ½ (belt size), 1911 (gun model) and TK within a circle…I wonder whose initials those could be… :)
This holster is amazingly comfortable. It rides very tight, which is exactly what I was hoping for.
The true test. With 3 lbs sitting in the holster, I hardly noticed the weight. Though you can’t tell from the picture, the holster holds the gun tight into my side, with no gaps anywhere. This holster has the best retention I have ever experienced.
The legends about these holsters are true. They are works of art to look at, and function exactly as I need them to. Great job Tony!
Nice holster, thanks for posting!
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Nice holster. Always appreciate pics
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