Calling all Milt Sparks Experts

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    Calling all Milt Sparks Experts

    Can anybody tell me anything about this Milt Sparks holster on ebay. It looks like an older model but I might bid on it if somebody can educate me on it.
    Forgive my ignorance but it is an IWB, right? It just looks a lot different than any IWB I have ever seen. Anyway, I thought it might be a good way to get a Milt Sparks holster at a cheap cost.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/MILT-SPARKS-Leat...QQcmdZViewItem
    Why Ike, whatever do you mean? Maybe poker's just not your game Ike. I know! Let's have a spelling contest!

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    That is a Milt Sparks Executives Companion (it can be found on their website under In The Pants...top row middle). The picture was taken from the back and sells for $82.00 new. The belt loop actually has a split in the back of it so that it can be worn over the belt loop so commonly found on the 3 O'clock position of Wrangler jeans. Good buy...just be glad I already have a good ITP holster for my duty gun.
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    The Sparks Exc is my favorite IWB holster. The skirt tends to form to the body, and prevents the muzzle end from digging in.

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    That is the very first IWB holster I ever bought. I got it for my Colt Commander years ago. The Colt has gone but I still use it with my Kimber Ultra CDP as I wait for my "In Cognito" from Mark. It holds the 3" Kimber really well but is thick with the metal band insert. I recently picked up a "Max-Con V" from a member here and you can really feel the difference.

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    So I guess you guys think I should try to win it for my Sig?
    Why Ike, whatever do you mean? Maybe poker's just not your game Ike. I know! Let's have a spelling contest!

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    Very good holster, I have one for my Kahrs. Regards, Richard

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    The holster is an earlier production MS holster. Notice the Idaho City stamp. The holster was made prior to 1990 as in that year MS moved to its present location in Boise. It does look somewhat like today's Executive Companion. We have had a business relationship with MS since 1998 and all holsters we have received have the firearm fit stamped into the back portion of the holster. I did not notice any such stamping on the holster mentioned. I would be sure that it was made for your Sig before purchasing. For more information contact MS 208-377-5577.

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