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    Sweet!!!!!
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    Thanks for the compliments, guys!
    Anaconda44,
    I don't recall receiving any additional e-mails from you since our initial correspondence back and forth. Try e-mailing again. Both e-mail addresses actually go to the same in-box. I admit I can be pretty tough to reach by phone with my work schedule at my real job. Especially last week; saw a lot of O/T in court. And half the time when I'm home I'm in the shop, and can't hear the phone ring for the stitcher running or can't stop in the middle of a dye job to answer. E-mail is always best. And I can return e-mails at 3 AM. Mosy guys don't appreciate a phone call at that hour!
    Torrejon224,
    Thanks for posting the pic. Really sweet pistol! Especially like the bob-tail and grips.
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    Mark,
    I sent you another email....

    torrejon224,
    thanks for info.......

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    I've got one of Marks crossdraw holsters on order at the moment.

    I researched a lot of holster makers lately to find the crossdraw I wanted and his looks to be as good as it gets in that respect.

    Plan on writing a review here after I receive it and wear it for awhile.

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    He's always replied promptly to my Emails. After talking on the phone and a couple of Emails I ordered an IWB for my S&W Model 22. I really want to be able to hide and carry this N-Frame.

    The wait is 4 months, but most good things require a wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikerRN View Post
    The wait is 4 months, but most good things require a wait.
    Or longer... I'm currently at 5 and a half months and counting... after being quoted only 3-4 months...

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    I did not catch the web site. Can you guys post it?
    Seems I would be interested in his offerings.
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    RB - Check out the bottom of post #17. Mark left his website info there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ou_bird View Post
    Or longer... I'm currently at 5 and a half months and counting... after being quoted only 3-4 months...
    Howdy !

    First off, welcome aboard! I understand that it is frustrating to wait. The thing to remember about holster making is that it is essencially a 19th Century art, attempting to compete in a 21st Century economy. It is a slow, agonizing process using a very inconsistant material and antique machinery. It is also a craft that is done primarily by hand.

    Unfortunately, this is the only way to make a top quality concealment rig, and sometimes it just takes longer than we thought it would when you placed your order. I am not trying to make excuses, but rather explain how difficult this process can be sometimes. Sometimes that understanding makes the wait just a little bit easier.

    Mark does good work. I think you'll be well pleased when you do finally get it.

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    Thanks, Gary!
    Ou Bird,
    I fell behind on my In-Cognito Deluxe orders. I ran into a supply problem with the suede I was using as a backing. I think I have it remedied now and am plugging away getting caught up. You should have your holster in just a couple weeks.
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    Your wait will be well worth it !! Mark is one of those holster makers that is at the top of his class, and he's a gentleman also....oops did I say gentleman ? OH well you won't be disappointed.
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    I would have been happy with a 4 month wait-I had to wait 7 months. I must admit that the holster, belt, and mag pouch were high quality.

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