Ostrich Leg Holster, Black or Brown

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    Ostrich Leg Holster, Black or Brown




    Which do you like better? The black or natural!

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    Holster looks real nice and I like the lite leather one. Does anyone here have a report on Roy Weber holsters. It would be great to hear what others think. Especially retention of your weapon in these holsters.

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    Is it just me? The "natural" makes me hungry!

    Fire up the BBQ!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    The missouricarry link is not a good working link. From the picture, the leather looks thin with no or very little boneing. I really do not know anything about leather or holster making so I can be real wrong, but what I see from your pictures, it looks to me that it might not be able retain your weapon after many hours of use. It would be real nice if some one from this forum have used your holster and can tell me that I'm wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Hennessy View Post
    The missouricarry link is not a good working link. From the picture, the leather looks thin with no or very little boneing. I really do not know anything about leather or holster making so I can be real wrong, but what I see from your pictures, it looks to me that it might not be able retain your weapon after many hours of use. It would be real nice if some one from this forum have used your holster and can tell me that I'm wrong.
    The leather is 8-9 oz with a 2-3 oz liner, most other holsters makers use a lighter leather, that is why you can see the details of the gun!!!

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