Can you identify this holster???

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    Can you identify this holster???

    Went to the gunshop today and found EXACTLY what I wanted for my G23 in the used bin. There are no markings as far as make,but it is high quality and fits my Glock perfectly. Anybody recognize who might have made it?


    The best part is I paid $39 out the door and it is way comfortable...perfect for me!

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    I know what my wife would say...

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    Sorry, doesn't look familiar...

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    There's a Holster Maker on eBay that sells IWB models for all type of handguns. Sure does resemble his work.

    I bought one about a year ago for a Kimber I had. He's out of San Antonio.

    BTW, he sells his on eBay for $39.99.


    Here's a few photos of the Rig taken a few months before I sold everything.



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    I would say that member los nailed it.
    Sure looks like a same maker to me.

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    Yessir....Los has won! I just found them on Ebay. I'm telling you guys...this holster is sweet. Worth every cent of $40......I saved a few bucks getting it locally and it is already broken in

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    Definitely one heck of a bargain at $40. Great features including a reinforced opening that works extremely well to secure the weapon,.. and will not collapse when the weapon is drawn. Snap-on/off belt loops well made too.

    Congrats on your purchase.
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    Thanks for the tip....I contacted the guy to see if he is just a local maker or some kind of distributor. I want to be able to steer people his way....$40 is RARE now for a decent holster. I might buy another one although I want to see if he'll do one smooth inside and out. I'll let you guys know :)

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    Nice looking.
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    I bought one a few months ago as a temporary for my GSR. The fit and finish is not quite as nice as some others in the same price range, but it's very well made and very comfortable.

    The reinforcement is quite nicely done.

    Very solid value for $40.

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    Really? I haven't seen a holster near this good for $40. What companies offer a similar value?

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    I was thinking of buying one, but for just 20 bucks more you can get a nice holster from K&D. Which would you rather have?
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    "Here's a few photos of the Rig taken a few months before I sold everything."

    Oh man...selling must have been a difficult decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a_kayaker View Post
    I was thinking of buying one, but for just 20 bucks more you can get a nice holster from K&D. Which would you rather have?
    Honestly, I like this one better and there is no 8-10 week wait...I can have it tomorrow.

    Just MHO of course....

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    for just 20 bucks more you can get a nice holster from K&D. Which would you rather have?
    Honestly, I'd rather have the K&D. But, consider that for under a hundred bucks, I can have both! I can have this one right away and Kevin can take his time and deliver his usual superlative product in a couple months. Then I have a backup holster - one I can loan to someone without one, or I can ebay it again and someone else can start using it right away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raytracer View Post
    Honestly, I'd rather have the K&D. But, consider that for under a hundred bucks, I can have both! I can have this one right away and Kevin can take his time and deliver his usual superlative product in a couple months. Then I have a backup holster - one I can loan to someone without one, or I can ebay it again and someone else can start using it right away.

    Joe

    I like the way you think. I had a friend do that for me when I first got started and it let me take my time getting the right gear for me while still being able to safely carry. Well done.
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