K&D Dakota or Conchise Defender Pics

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    K&D Dakota or Conchise Defender Pics

    If anyone owns either, I would appreciate pictures and comments on fit and comfort as well as concealability, trying to decide between a couple of manufacturesrs. Thanks in advance

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    I have a Cochise Defender for my SIG P239. It is a great holster. I do not carry the SIG as much as I once did since I got a Laredo Defender for my S&W 1066, but when I need to carry the SIG it is great no have dependable and comfortable holster to use. You can see photos of the Cochise Defender here.
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    I can recommend another maker if interested, as I just got his product in the mail, and will have pics soon.
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    I got a Dakota Defender a few weeks ago. I love it. Very comfy, i use it all the time. I wrote a review on it a couple weeks ago..

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    how long was your wait I am at 10 weeks and counting for what was supposed to be an 8 week wait?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbo93 View Post
    how long was your wait I am at 10 weeks and counting for what was supposed to be an 8 week wait?
    14 weeks, You cant go by any of the websites. Fist says: "right now turn around time is 3 weeks" Ive ordered 2 holsters from them and they've both taken 7 weeks exactly... Sorry , but you asked.....
    The holsters from both of these places are top notch. I lOVE my Dakota Defender and I can't say anything bad about the customer service. Just hang in there, you'll be glad ya got it once you do...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maze View Post
    If anyone owns either, I would appreciate pictures and comments on fit and comfort as well as concealability, trying to decide between a couple of manufacturesrs. Thanks in advance
    I have the Cochise Defender for my M&P .40c. I also have the Comp-tac Infidel and the CTAC for the same gun. All are good holsters, but the Cochise Defender is an awesome holster IMHO. It carries very well AND is extremely comfortable. There is a waiting period involved, but what you get is an outstanding product at a very fair price!! Kevin (K&D Holsters) is a great guy to deal with also!! Here are a few pics of mine.

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    When it comes to leather, you can't go wrong with K&D. My Cochise was well worth the wait. Very comfortable, extremely versitile and a beautiful work of art.
    A huge value for the price.

    I can't post pics from here, but there is an abundance of holster porn featuring Kevin's work on this forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvmy40 View Post
    When it comes to leather, you can't go wrong with K&D. My Cochise was well worth the wait. Very comfortable, extremely versitile and a beautiful work of art.
    A huge value for the price.

    I can't post pics from here, but there is an abundance of holster porn featuring Kevin's work on this forum.
    I can't say it any better - Through the couple of years I have dealt with him (Kevin) he has always been straight up and has gone overboard to exceed my expectations and my weird requests!!

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    I couldn't be happier with my Cochise:








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    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...

    Thanks

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    I just ordered a " hybred" from him yesterday , quoted time was 12 to 14 weeks on delevery, but hey i can allways hope for better lol .
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    I notice a difference between the two defenders pictured above. The leather on ront's covers the entire pistol on the inside while thinkat's stops even with the front. Why the difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Repairs View Post
    I just ordered a " hybred" from him yesterday , quoted time was 12 to 14 weeks on delevery, but hey i can allways hope for better lol .
    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

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    I notice a difference between the two defenders pictured above. The leather on ront's covers the entire pistol on the inside while thinkat's stops even with the front. Why the difference?
    The higher leather on the inside is a " sweat shield" to keep sweat from the slide ect of a weapon , some need it some dont . It just depends on your lifestyle , how much you sweat , and metallurgy of your firearm .
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