El Paso Saddlery Holsters

El Paso Saddlery Holsters

This is a discussion on El Paso Saddlery Holsters within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'm not much for concealment, but I understand the value of concealed carry in certain situations, so I do it on a occasion. I didn't ...

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    El Paso Saddlery Holsters

    I'm not much for concealment, but I understand the value of concealed carry in certain situations, so I do it on a occasion. I didn't have a dedicated concealment holster until this morning. The old lady took it upon herself to get me not one, but two El Paso holsters, both Summer Cruisers, one for my Glock 19, and one for my 1911. I will admit that I know how much these run for, and I would never have spent the money myself for them. I'm content using a cheap Uncle Mike's for my Glock.

    I'm wearing my Glock as I type this, under my new argyle sweater, and I can;t believe how it just disappears. Glocks aren't the easiest things to conceal well, because they're blocky, ugly hunks of plastic. But, the El Paso hides it without much effort.

    I'm pretty impressed with El Paso right now. I'd recommend them to anyone.


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    Congrats on your new holsters. Enjoy.
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    El Paso has been in the holster making business for a very long time.

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    El Paso does a fine job when it comes to holsters. Congrats and I'm sure you will enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by William Hill View Post
    The old lady took it upon herself to get me not one, but two El Paso holsters, both Summer Cruisers, one for my Glock 19, and one for my 1911. I will admit that I know how much these run for, and I would never have spent the money myself for them
    OK I have to say if she is buying you nice holsters, she should not be "the old lady" but more like honey or sweetiekins.

    Merry Christmas and enjoy the new holsters!

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    they make a good holster. i got one from them in 1982 for my 1911 along with a double mag pouch. still got them and they look as good/new as the day they were made.
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    I bought an OWB for my Sig P238 a few months ago. I agree that El Paso Saddlery makes a quality holster. Mine is lined and the fit is perfect.

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