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My New Milt Sparks Holster

This is a discussion on My New Milt Sparks Holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Thanks for responding. I'll look to see if Galco fits to some of my firearms. I like S&W and Ruger bottom feeders and a lot ...

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    Thanks for responding. I'll look to see if Galco fits to some of my firearms. I like S&W and Ruger bottom feeders and a lot of the makers ignore them.
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    I cannot say enough good things about Lightning Arms Sports. They had what I needed, and both holsters were in my hands within a week of ordering. Top quality products. These folks are top notch - none better. However, Craig is a little tooooo proud of having Clint Smith/Thunder Ranch in Oregon rather than Texas. I will be ordering another holster (maybe two if he has a Nelson Legacy for a Mak) very soon. Sure glad they are members.

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    Hey Geezer--

    Maybe its time for you to make the move out west.


    Craig

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    Yeah, Clint saw the light finally. :)

    Craig is a great guy, and a shooter too! They put the "be" in business! LOL

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    I was another who had a good experience with LAS. I knew what holster I wanted and was going to order it, but my wife complains that she never gets to by any of my gifts, so I told her where to call and to ask for Audrey. My MS VMII was here two days later.

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    Two Thumbs Up

    First, Jim: Your avatar is the most hillarious picture I have ever seen!

    Second, my Milt Sparks VM2 showed up today (Thursday) from Lightning Arms - true to their name too, I only ordered it Tuesday afternoon! I couldn't be happier. Finding LH holsters is hard enough, much less in stock. Craig is a nice guy, we talked on the phone for a time when I ordered, and I will definately order again when the need arises, probably sooner than later as I need some belts.

    Anyway, thanks Lasports, and thanks Captain Crunch for starting this thread as I might not have found Ligning Arms otherwise.
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    MC--

    Thank you for your kind words.
    It is us who should be thanking you and all the fine people in the shooting sports who help our company continue to grow.

    THANK YOU!!!

    Regards,

    Craig & Audrey

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    That baby carcks me up everytime I look at it. A friend found it on a board somewhere and I shrunk it.

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    LOL, if I ever had a son....

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    I don't think Craig and Audrey at Lightening Arms need anymore positive feedback but I just bought a Milt Sparks 55BN for my USP plus a nice Galco mag pouch and these folks couldn't be nicer. I live very near them so I picked up my new rig. Immpressive collection of premium leather.

    They had the 55BN in stock and Sparks wanted 8-14 weeks to produce one. The few extra bucks I paid Lightening was worth the immediate delivery schedule.

    They will definately get my future business!!

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