My Old Floral Tooled Fast Draw Holster

My Old Floral Tooled Fast Draw Holster

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    My Old Floral Tooled Fast Draw Holster

    This (for sure) is not for concealed carry.
    I just dug this old fancier leather rig of mine out of a cardboard box up on my 3rd floor.
    I thought you'all might like taking a quick gander at it. It a low rider.
    Actually constructed by a pretty famous old fancy saddle maker.
    Nice Sterling silver buckles & keepers & belt ends.
    The belt holds 20 big, fat, cartridges.
    It's overall nicely floral tooled and the belt & holster are both fully lined.
    It originally held my Colt SAA but, I started using it some years ago for a "Bigger Kick Ruger Stainless .44 Mag" to wear out in the Pa. Backwoods.
    Notice the beautifully uncovered trigger & guard.
    Sadly, These photos just do not do it justice. It really is a special holster & belt. It means a lot to me.
    The sun started ducking down real low by the time I took these pics today. The sun was SO LOW that the grass cast dark shadows right across the holster. That was dumb of me.
    The color is in reality a deep, rich, mahogany brown.
    This was my first traditional fast draw rig before they started looking so chopped and customized that they didn't look like true Western fast draw holsters anymore.
    I guess put a real light wipe of "Lexol nf" on it & then I'll shove it back in the ol' box again.
    Bye Mr. Holster...see ya in another 10 years!
    Thanks for looking.
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    Thats a Nice looking holster ill have to pull mine out for my single action and get a pick of it tomm

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    Thumbs up Oh Yeah...

    Take a pic or two. I'd honestly love to see it.
    Post it here anytime & whenever.
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    Just wear a duster if you want to coneal it. :)
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    Here's one that I did a while back:


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    K-Man

    Nice
    Nice traditional leather carving. Mighty good looking holster.
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    Ok Here we go ive had it for a few years and i see that now cabelas has a holster like it now which is good need a new belt...




    Was gona try and get a pic of my new beretta storm but autofocus went out on my close up lens... hard to get infocus pic on black rifle but ill try something

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    Heres One More

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    Thumbs up Hey Bud

    Really Nice! & great crisp pics.
    Thanks for putting up a photo.
    Did you know that's called a Jock Strap Style Holster?

    We have identical Rugers. Those grips look good on there.
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    Yeah they call um texas jock straps ... wonder who thought that one up... Been Thinking on a 44-40 in the blued with Faux Ivroy grips... Surprising the grips are fairly heavy

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