New P-250 Holster

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    New P-250 Holster

    I just finished constructing my third holster. This one is for my Sig 250 Compact. I still have some bugs to iron out, but I'm learning, and I really enjoy doing this; I guess I can kiss my spare time goodbye!

    This holster is ideal for carrying at around 5 o'clock IWB (my preferred carry position). The gun just about disappears, and I wore it all day very comfortably.


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    Too light for heavy work, too heavy for light work!

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    Looks great. Will you be selling them in the future?
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    That's a darn good looking holster. I'm diggin the front loop design and location.

    Congrats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by los View Post
    That's a darn good looking holster. I'm diggin the front loop design and location.

    Congrats.
    Thanks for the encouragement. Actually the front loop was a second thought, because I just didn't think the rear only loop, as it was originally designed, was giving it enough support, and I was right. After I added the front loop it made a world of difference in the way the gun carried.

    Two Guns asked: "Will you be selling them in the future?". I'd like to, because I'm enjoying the holster making process. Selling some will give me an excuse to make some more.

    Right now I'm working on a holster for my son's birthday, and the holster is for a Glock 36. I'm also making one for my SR9C.
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    WOW! That's really nice!
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    Very nice job. Congrats.
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