K&D Dakota or Conchise Defender Pics

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    Link i am sure it will be worth the wait . When we discussed my wants/needs we came up with an eagle/cochise hybred with exotic accents . Quality and getting EXACTLY what you want takes time from any craftsman . After all you can have it Done Right , Done fast , Done cheap , but you have to pick one of the three lol .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maze View Post
    Thanks for the pics everyone.....
    thinkat does the holster hold the butt end of gun against body so not to print,,,,,and how far down can it be adjusted for depth...

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    Maze, please see the pictures that I posted. The holster does hold the butt of the gun nicely against the body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by link523 View Post
    good luck!!!!!!!! i was quoted 6-8 it will be 14 this saturday called at 8 weeks was told 3-4 more weeeks called at 4 was told 3 more hope its worth the wait
    link523:

    We have not quoted anyone a turnaround of 6-8 weeks for well over a year. The only exception to that is we try and get the pocket holsters out a little sooner, and that's only because we've used them as a training tool for those who have worked for us.

    If you're dissatisfied in any way with what the wait time has been, I certainly understand that. And we would understand if you wish to cancel your order.

    If you would like to provide me with your real name, I'd be more than happy to give you an up to date status. You can post it here, send me a pm, send me an email, or call us.

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    Is the K&D Dakota Defender a tuckable holster as well?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinCarry View Post
    Is the K&D Dakota Defender a tuckable holster as well?

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    Yes, in fact, it has a bit more space between the body of the holster and the clips in comparison to the Cochise Defender. There are "spacers" that raise the clips off the body of the Dakota Defender, allowing for more material to be tucked/slid in between.

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    Sorry, no pics but I have a Dakota for my 5" 1911 and love it. If you are only looking for IWB (as I was) the Dakota in my opinion is the way to go. I was concerned that without the reinforced opennig I would have problems re-holsterring but that has not been the case. \

    Great rig and worth the waite.

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    Thank you for the info. I have many IWB holsters and decided to try a tuckable one this time. When ever I have a shirt tucked in I usually carry ankle or Smartcarry and it's getting old. Just wanted to try something new.

    Thanks again!

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    I also have a Dakota, nice holster, can't comment on tucking as I haven't tried it that way (yet), but it's thin, comfortable, holds well, conceals well and reholstering isn't an issue

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