George Wells Holsters

George Wells Holsters

This is a discussion on George Wells Holsters within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I saw a piece about this holstersmith in the Feb 05 issue of Gun World. Nice looking rigs. He doesn't list his prices, tho. Check ...

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    George Wells Holsters

    I saw a piece about this holstersmith in the Feb 05 issue of Gun World. Nice looking rigs. He doesn't list his prices, tho.

    Check it out: George Wells Holsters


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    He does have some nice products. I am of the mindset that holsters need to be more about function than fashion, and by no means am I saying his holsters do not work as I have never tried one out. I just do not see the need for all the exotic leathers/materials and what not. That is just me. Good ole leather does me good. Back to my first comment, he does seem to put out a good looking product.

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    Nice Holsters

    Let's do him a favor & post one of his holster photos here. Here is a nice exotic Stingray Skin holster that he made. That's the rarest part of a Stingray skin...look for that little naturally formed center "eye" - Neat!
    He uses a lot of exotics & real nice careful work.


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    I agree, APachon. Exotics don't much flip my switch, either. Regular old moo-cow leather works for me.

    OTOH, a full Buscadero-type rig for open carry would be awesome, made from lizard or snakeskin or some such. I'd have to win the lottery to afford it, tho.

    QKShooter, FYI, your photo doesn't come up. Oops, never mind. Now it does.

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    I suspect the prices are not listed so you don't see that the holster costs more than the pistol in it.

    Since I have a tupperware pistol, Kydex seems only logical. :)

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    Exotic \'concealment'holsters are like sexy underwear, no one knows you have them on but you, and you feel special.......or something like that.

    But, they are nice holsters, and like custom guns, if thats what you want, somebody makes em.

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    like sexy underwear, no one knows you have them on but you, and you feel special
    Trying to tell us something? :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdsumner
    Exotic 'concealment' holsters are like sexy underwear, no one knows you have them on but you, and you feel special.......or something like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdsumner
    Exotic 'concealment' holsters are like sexy underwear, no one knows you have them on but you, and you feel special.......or something like that.

    But, they are nice holsters, and like custom guns, if thats what you want, somebody makes em.

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    That could fall into the TMI catagory.

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    Dan, that is an mental image I did not need to envision, but thank you all the same. LOL

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    You boyth are tho thilly!!!

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    There are so many good holster makers out there. I usually go with the easiest to find. Therefore, I have several Galco's in which I carry my Glocks and my duty HK. I do however have a few others like Kirkpatrick, Tucker, and even an old Bianchi #5 for my 4" .38Sp. Colt Diamondback. I only have one plastic holster, a FOBUS I use for my G17 in IDPA.
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