This might be the biggest holster I have ever made...

This might be the biggest holster I have ever made...

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    This might be the biggest holster I have ever made...

    Deagle time!
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    Nice work! At first glance I thought we were looking at a S&W X-frame, but closer examination (and a square trigger guard) suggests maybe a Desert Eagle? I hope that's not...IWB!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost tracker View Post
    Nice work! At first glance I thought we were looking at a S&W X-frame, but closer examination (and a square trigger guard) suggests maybe a Desert Eagle? I hope that's not...IWB!
    yeah desert eagle .50. It is was for a buddy of mine. I wasn't sure the .080 Kydex I normally use would be stiff enough so I made it out of .093. The thing is a beast. If the DE fails I am pretty sure the holster would make a great battle ax!

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    ghost tracker,

    Regarding your signature, which I like BTW, there's another one that says, "There are 10 kinds of people in the world, those that understand binary and those that don't."

    And now back to our regularly scheduled programming.

    Nice job, mdmorgan - great looking holster! Can you teach me to make holsters like that! I've got a couple of special needs I can't find holsters for. Or, even better you could make the holsters for me??? Drop me a PM.
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    Tangle I sent you a PM. Thanks for the compliment.

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    Looks good, and like you said- I think that holster would make a great backup if you can't get the job done with a DE; just re-holster and start swinging.

    If I ever go crazy enough to buy a DE, I'll be sure to get in touch with you for a good holster.
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    Looks good but way heavier than I want to carry. The largest holster I built was a pancake style for a .44 mag revolver.
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    Nice job. You could dig a ditch with that too!

    I've got a guy wanting one for a 454 casull. He does not want a belt holster, but one to strap to a tactical style vest. I'm still trying to figure that one out. Gonna have to rattle around in my head a bit longer. I'm not sure if it makes it better or worse, but he's wanting leather too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefjason View Post
    Nice job. You could dig a ditch with that too!

    I've got a guy wanting one for a 454 casull. He does not want a belt holster, but one to strap to a tactical style vest. I'm still trying to figure that one out. Gonna have to rattle around in my head a bit longer. I'm not sure if it makes it better or worse, but he's wanting leather too.
    That sounds like it might cause the early demise of more than ONE cow.
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    Very nice!! Run out of ammo use it as a shelter.

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    Looks good but glad he is carrying it instead of me.

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    Holster looks good,Now if you see your buddy with ons side of his pants hanging Gangsta style you know why.
    I could see a news report,the armed citizen fired his legally concealed firearm stooping the Bg and hitting a Jeep, Chevy ,and ford.OMG how many rounds were fired....ONLY ONE
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    Man That's a monster!

    I made a couple IWB rigs for the FN FiveseveN with the Viridian laser mounted. I thought that they were monstrous...
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    The barrel is so long on that gun, you can time the draw with a sundial.

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    From the thumbnail, I thought i was looking at a e-tool. Lol. Nice holster.
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