Lighting Arms

This is a discussion on Lighting Arms within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; As I said a few days ago I had ordered a Sparks Heritage for my Sig P220 and the back order was 18-20 weeks. On ...

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    Lighting Arms

    As I said a few days ago I had ordered a Sparks Heritage for my Sig P220 and the back order was 18-20 weeks. On Sparks own site they list companys that have Sparks Holsters sometimes, one of them was Lighting Arms so I gave them a call and they had the Heritage I wanted in stock!, now they do charge extra but I got the holster in 3 days so it was worth it to me. I called Sparks and cancelled my order and told them I had got the holster from Lighting Arms and the guy on the phone said no sweat on the cancel and what great people Lighting arms are by the way they also have Delfatti and some other custom holsters in stock so if you hate to wait like I do give their site a look.

    PS like some of you guys said the Heritage is a great IWB holster

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    +1 on Lightning Arms. About a year ago, I needed a Sparks holster quick (was going out of town) and got it in 3 days. Good people. Wish I could afford some of their Spiegel grips for S&W J-frames...

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    Great people to do business with. I got my VM II from them, took about 2-3 days to get it.

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    Also great to hear good feedback - helps the wheels go round
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    A lot of the folks over on SIGForum swear by them. When I got my VMII I wasn't in a rush, so I got it the "cheap" way....... From Sparks!
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    Craig and Audrey, owners of LAS are super people and run a great business! I have spent my share of hard earned money with them and they have always been helpful and a pleasure to deal with. I would urge anyone on the forum to check them out if you are looking for "custom leather" like Sparks, Alessi and Del Fatti. They also carry Wilderness belts and Spiegel grips.

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    nice show....
    thanks for the heads up....
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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry
    Also great to hear good feedback - helps the wheels go round
    If everyone did business like Craig,and Audrey Chadwick. You'd never hear mant complaints. The only complaint I've ever had with them was when, they were out of stock with Lou Alessi's PCH holster that I had my eye on. I got to get back with them soon and see if they have recieved more. They aren't supposed to be out when I was lusting after one of the fine holsters that they stock.

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    Audrey and I appreciate your kind words.
    AK, sorry no PCH holsters yet.

    Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasports
    Audrey and I appreciate your kind words.
    AK, sorry no PCH holsters yet.

    Regards,

    Craig
    Drat, but I'll check back later. I have a full plate to chew on right now anyways.

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    I've yet to hear a negative comment about LAS. Nothing but praise from my end.

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    I e-mailed them once to find out if they had a holster in stock. It was on a Sunday and they e-mailed me back in less than an hour. ON A SUNDAY!!! They didn't have what i needed but that is great service.

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    I ordered on Tuesday, it came Friday.

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    They were great for me, too. Nice to circumvent the wait on a Sparks belt ordered direct...

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    Lightning Arms

    Great People Bought my PCS pocket holster from them after discussing with Craig. Great advice and great holster.

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