Wow! Very nice.
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When I got my IWB Canute holster from Nate of UBG, it looked so sharp I thought it was a shame to have to cover it up all the time so I decided I needed a BBQ holster for those "dressier" times. A couple of days ago, I received my new Bonneville holster from UBG with a full Iguana front. I'll let you be the judge, but I think it turned out great.
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Fabulous...holster needs to be displayed...hope you are in an "Open Carry" State.
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Oh man, that is niiiiiice!
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Nate's an up'n comer. Great work, from what Ive seen
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Very nice.... I had never seen Iguana on a holster before.
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It looks better on your holster than it did on the Iguana.
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Hoss, that is just plain UGLY, you better send it to me before somebody sees you with it...(GRIN)
Seriously, another nice one from Nate... Thanks for making us all drool.
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