What was your very first premium holster..?

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    Sparks VM-2 for commander
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    A Fist #12 Basic. Awesome holster!!!

    http://www.fist-inc.com/holsters/holster/12.htm
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    Crossbred OWB.......love it!

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    Galco Miami Classic II to carry my G23. It also holds two spare mags.

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    VM-II for the Combat Commander. I still wear it at class reunions for my PI correspondents class.
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    Alessi CQC-S

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    comptac ctac I just picked up for the new M&P. Before that I was using a crossbreed knockoff (kholster) for an SR9c that I would recommend highly (the holster)

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    I always considered my Bianchi holsters in the early 80's to be premium and high quality.

    But my first non-commercial made was a Side Guard Snap, and next was a Brommeland Max-Con V.
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    My first "custom" holster was a UBG holster I bought from a member here....and since then, all of my leather has been UBG

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    Galco second ammendment IWB

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    Mine was an Uncle Mikes which fit all of my full size weapons at the time. LOL. I believe mine was a Max Con V followed by some Milt Sparks and Pure Kustom.
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    Mine was a Galco Miami Classic holster for my RIA 1911.

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