Milt Sparks, Summer Special 2 review

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    Milt Sparks, Summer Special 2 review

    Just wanted to show why makers like Milt Sparks, Mitch Rosen are still in business

    image.jpg image.jpg image.jpg there is no extra big slabs of leather surrounding holster. Two loops for secure anchoring. Reinforced opening so you can re holster with one hand fits all the way over trigger but leaves handle easily accessible forward cant easy to draw. Extremely comfortable an inexpensive why use anything else.

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    That's a nice looking holster.

    Too bad about that revolver though, it looks pretty scuffed up. Did it fall out of a moving car, or was it some kind of Dremel-induced frenzy?












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    Could not tell if you were joking or the light in the photo but its a engraved version of SP here is a better pic image.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy8 View Post
    Could not tell if you were joking or the light in the photo but its a engraved version of SP here is a better pic image.jpg
    That is one sexy wheel gun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy8 View Post
    Could not tell if you were joking or the light in the photo but its a engraved version of SP here is a better pic image.jpg
    My friend, it most assuredly was a joke. I hope you are not offended. I saw clearly that the revolver was engraved, but the angle of the shot, along with the lighting, led me to attempt the poor joke.
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    Every thing but 1911's get carried AIWB; the SSII is my favorite for 1911 carry.
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    Milt Sparks, like, uhhh... Rolex, doesn't need much endorsement. Either you know or you don't. Nice holster, I like my SSII holsters in horsehide. Yours is an HH model isn't it? It'll be stamped on the back.
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    Love Milt Sparks... Wont do business with Mitch Rosen again.
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    SSIIs are my favorite as well. I'm a horsehide guy, too. Have 'em for my M&Ps, Glocks, 1911, and one on the way for my new M11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy8 View Post

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    Extremely comfortable an inexpensive why use anything else.
    The loops are too close together.
    There is a solution but we are not Jedi... not yet.
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    Not sure why thats a problem when the holster is small in size, not alot of extra slabs of leather which does nothing but get in the way. The double loop secures this comfortably an securely

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    What's the difference between the SS and SS2? Is it just the adjustable belt loops? I have heard nothing but amazing things about the VM2, and eventually I will have one for my 1911. Some day!
    I think guns are like insurance. I would rather have it and not need it than need it and not have it.

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    The summer special 2 an the vm 2 have a forward cant seems to hold closer to body an makes it easier to draw my SP since I put bigger grips on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy8 View Post
    Could not tell if you were joking or the light in the photo but its a engraved version of SP here is a better pic image.jpg
    Beautiful gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poorly View Post
    That's a nice looking holster.

    Too bad about that revolver though, it looks pretty scuffed up. Did it fall out of a moving car, or was it some kind of Dremel-induced frenzy?












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