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This is a discussion on K&d within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I received my Eagle defender from Kevin of K&D holsters yesterday. Let me tell you that this holster exceeded my expectations. So, without further ado. ...

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    I received my Eagle defender from Kevin of K&D holsters yesterday. Let me tell you that this holster exceeded my expectations. So, without further ado. . .





    That is genuine Florida Alligator. The holster fits like a glove and is very comfortable and I know it will only get more so once it is broken in. These are the kind of holsters that make a person want to open carry. Thank you Kevin.

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    Super Nice

    Very nice rig. Love it.

    It's interesting that there was a leather show on TV last night
    (The HISTORY Channel)
    The show was so interesting.
    Concerning the History & Story of Leather in America.

    One of the places they went to was an ALLIGATOR leather processing plant & showed the complete process from: "Still On The Gator" ~ to the final finished exotic hide.

    Really unique/special steps are required to produce perfect & pliable Alligator leather.

    Interestingly....the near finished Alligator hides get burnished with a "Machine Agate Burnisher" to bring out the natural shine of the exotic leather.

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    That is a beautiful rig you have there. Your Sig looks dressed for the occassion as well.

    I have to agree having a setup like that makes you want to show it off.
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    As a fellow owner/user of the Eagle Defender for EDC I can share in your delight. Mine has seen 16/7 use now over near 1 1/2 years. Still feels great.

    Only thing missing on mine is the gator panel - which is a very nice addition - thx for the pics.
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    Gator and black leather compliment that Sig perfectly...Think you made a lot of people jealous. Enjoy the new rig!
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    Absolutely beautiful! Coming from Kevin I'm not surprised! I want to win the lottery and buy him to make holsters for me full time!!

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    That's a beautiful looking rig. The SIG isn't bad either.
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    Only a true gun-nut has a designer CONCEALED holster.

    Good lookin' rig though, I really like the looks of that SIG.

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    Man,

    You guys are killing me, I've got a Cochise Defender on order and it's as bad as waiting for Santa Clause to come. This will be my first leather rig, that's not a shoulder rig anyway.

    Great looking piece of art.
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    Very Nice......Kevin does some very nice work...Very nice!
    Enjoy it and dont forget to read it bedtime stories...:D
    Shoot well and god bless
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    Kevin told me he's getting to mine this week.
    Guess the grass around my mail box is going to be worn out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Larsen
    Very Nice......Kevin does some very nice work...Very nice!
    Enjoy it and dont forget to read it bedtime stories...:D
    Shoot well and god bless
    Good hearing from you on here Eric!
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    Great Looking holster

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    Sweet looking rig. I have an Eagle defender for my Glock 37 and love it. Ordered a Laredo Defender about a month ago for my Glock 22. I am sure you will get lots of good service from yours.
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    Sweet!
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