Holster's Sold. Feedback on the design is most welcome!

Holster's Sold. Feedback on the design is most welcome!

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    Holster's Sold. Feedback on the design is most welcome!

    This one has a new home, but the design is new (to me, anyway). Any and all feedback, good or bad, is welcome. The holster's black (obviously) for a Glock 19, 23, or 32.



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    My first reaction was 'That looks really good.' The second thought I had was 'If Batman carried a gun, this is what it would be, and how he would carry it.' And that's meant to be a compliment, not saying it looks like it's from a comic book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellerblr View Post
    My first reaction was 'That looks really good.' The second thought I had was 'If Batman carried a gun, this is what it would be, and how he would carry it.' And that's meant to be a compliment, not saying it looks like it's from a comic book.
    Thank you. I'll take Batman. Batman's cool.

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    It looks really soft... like a pillow

    I like it, it looks good

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    Looks good Bruce.
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    I'd have to say that you're improving very nicely.

    Of course I had to stand my monitor on it's side to get a proper look at the Holster. I really like the way your detail has improved.

    Hang in there Buddy, and keep crankin' out the leather.

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    It does look like it would be very cozy to wear!! The stitching looks very good and even, I say well done!! I would tote it!!

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    Great job!

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    Thumbs up

    Super nice Bruce.
    Looks just like a GLOCK holster should look and it obviously fits the firearm incredibly well.
    Great that you're using Hermann Oak leather also so that it will maintain its form fitting molded shape.
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    That does look good. And I couldn't help but think about Batman when I saw it, also.
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    I like that one a lot Bruce! How much will they sell for and what gun models do you support? I'm carrying a 4.25" Commander now. Any plans to develop a snap loop version of that model? I'm looking for an easy on/off OWB for those off limits places.
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    Looks nice.

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    Looks like a fine holster to me.
    Is it a snug fit against the body?
    Looks like the Fist OWB #12 Basic.
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    Nice! Very nice!

    Is that a different leather or is the dye different? Not shiny.
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    Nicely done Bruce - how much you get for a holster like that (G19)?
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