Cowhide Holster maker recommendations

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    Try TTGunleather. I've ordered from Tim in the past and he's been quick and responsive.
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    There are literally hundreds to choose from. I am very happy with the quality, fit, price, and turnaround time of UBG Hosters. I also just ordered one from TT Gunleather. There are some real master holster makers on this site. Check out this link:

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    I know that you mentioned you were familiar with Milt Sparks, but you might want to take a serious look at their Versa Max 2. I've been through a few cowhide and Kydex holsters (all leather, all Kydex, and combo). You can find a comfortable position for most of them, but it usually takes some work and adjustment. Sometimes they are not easy to draw and/or reholster, and sometimes retention isn't what you would expect. Most were fine to pretty good, but that was it.

    A few days ago I received the VM2 that I ordered nearly six months ago. It was a thing of beauty. But even more importantly, it was extremely comfortable (the size / cant is very good, and it seems to flex with you better than most holsters as you move), has a very natural draw & reholster, and so far has a firm fit that seems just right. Before I purchased this I had recommendations from several people, read many positive reviews, and couldn't find anything negative other than the price and the wait. So, while it's only been a few days, it is already my favorite holster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost tracker View Post
    Do you have something against horsehide? (Milt Sparks)
    It "squeaks" too much. It tends to make noise when I move with it on. Break-in helps, but ultimately I'm just happier when the leather is quiet from the get-go.

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