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    I have updated my website so take a look!

    Hello all,

    Last weekend, I had a chance to update my website with some changes including adding additional guns to the list (M&P 9/357/40 full size, XD 4 inch and Sig 226R), customer pics and clearer How to Buy.

    Let me know what you think.

    www.sideguardholsters.com

    Thank you, MNBurl
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    Here you go.

    On the index page this image is not displaying.

    http://www.sideguardholsters.com/sideguard.jpg

    On the bar across the top Links doesn't work when I'm in Customer Pictures. On the left Menu it works.

    Also in Customer Pics, the on both tool bars all the links except two go back to Customer Pics. The Links works properly and the OWB Holsters goes here: http://www.best-wallpapers.com/forum/

    On the Pocket Holsters page the Accessories link take me back to Pocket Holsters.

    On the IWB Page first bullet reinforced is misspelled.

    Accessories - I would recommend the following text. "Belts - Please contact me about matching belts."

    Links - S&W Forum after classified put ads? or say classifieds?

    On the How To Order page you should state any return policy or warranty you offer.

    Easy to navigate. No obnoxious color schemes, so easy to read and not overly fancy. Looks good. May want to play with some background colors when you have time.
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    Thanks for the great feed back Scott.

    The sideguard.jpg is fixed.

    I have updated the pages and they appear to be working properly now. The customer pics page was a new one and I will have to watch how the template comes in for new pages.

    I added most of the comments you suggested and will work on a return/warranty statement.

    Thanks again.
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    Glad I could help. I've done a few websites and know how much fun it can be to get all the kinks out of them.
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    Tandy leather link is out of date.
    Home page seems like it could be improved by reformatting for size, it's got wide text and narrow pic.

    Otherwise I really like it, easy on the eye is always good.

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    I know we're supposed to keep it low key, and hopefully this is low enough. I am in the web industry, and I can host websites for less than $9.00 per year including domain registration. (Only for 2A friendly sites... ranges, holsters, gun stuff, 2A blogs, etc.) I won't post my site address here since my goal is to help my friends here, not to drum up business. If anyone needs something like that, PM me.

    MNBurl, your site looks great!

    BTW - on taking credit card payments, I highly recommend adding Paypal to your site. It only takes about 10 minutes to set up, and it's really convenient for your customers. You can bill by email or put links on your site. If you're concerned about the 2 or 3% that Paypal charges, my guess is that most people would be willing to add a couple percent to their order for the convenience.
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    Your Rough out holster do you form fit them, or is it a rough fit. I'm looking one for a SW MPC 9mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob99VMI04 View Post
    MN,
    Your Rough out holster do you form fit them, or is it a rough fit. I'm looking one for a SW MPC 9mm.
    They are hot wet formed to the gun lightly so it will release out of the holster. The rough out is also smooth on the inside to help release.
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    Got my pocket holster for my Kel-Tek P3AT... I've been carrying it for the last few days, and I must say, I love it. It's nice and stiff, it's very slim, and it stays in my pocket when I draw.

    I'd definitely recommend Side Guard Holsters!
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    I can chime-in here. I received a Rough-Out pocket holster and a Minimal Snap yesterday. My Kramer and DeSantis pocket holsters are deep enough to protect a J-frame with an exposed hammer. Since I have a 342pd, I was interested to see how significantly the in-pocket material could be reduced. Eric cut the top along a line back of the cylinder and trigger guard which turned-out very well. I've always pocket carried my K-T p32, but thought I'd try IWB given how nicely priced the Minimal Snap is. Let me just say, I've been wearing it-them- around all day...even impressed my wife!

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    Hi guys!

    I'm very glad you like your holsters. Thanks again for the business!
    MNBurl

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    Do your OWB holsters remain open for reholstering with one hand?
    I notice you list J-Frame 3 inch barrel. I assume that you have a good pattern for the S&W .357 3in.

    Regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryM View Post
    Do your OWB holsters remain open for reholstering with one hand?
    I notice you list J-Frame 3 inch barrel. I assume that you have a good pattern for the S&W .357 3in.

    Regards,
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    Yes they do. My form is for a Model 60 J-frame 357 in 3".
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    Website looks good. let me know when you can handle Ruger SP101.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MNBurl View Post
    Yes they do. My form is for a Model 60 J-frame 357 in 3".
    Thanks for the information. The 3" M60 .357 is a fairly difficult gun to find holsters for.

    Best,
    Jerry

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