"Guide" Holster...

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    "Guide" Holster...

    I was surfing and found this guys site:

    Guides Choice Holster

    Has anyone used his stuff??

    I really dig the guide holster design.

    When I worked in a gun shop in Washington State, alot of guys wanted these but could only find something similar in nylon.
    Glad to see someong filled the "need".

    Cheers!

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    Holster

    Yeah, it does resemble the Tanker Holster. I had a nice Cav one that I gave to a friend for some dumb reason. I guess that is what happens when you get short timer attitude. LOL.
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    I've a tanker holster that I wear when my pants are unavailable.
    The preceding post may contain sarcasm; it's just better that way. However, it is still intended with construction and with the Love of my L-rd Y'shua.

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    Looks very functional in the pictured conditions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agave View Post
    I've a tanker holster that I wear when my pants are unavailable.
    Um, do you forget your pants often?
    You can never have "too much" ammo...

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    Wizzard...

    Yeah, I was wondering the same thing.

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    They look pretty good, someone is always asking about that style holster but there usually aren't any available.
    he would probably sell more with some price and application information on his site.

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    Yeah, I'd like one for my Blackhawk, when out in the field.

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    I use a tanker holster when I'm on a tractor in the summer or wearing shorts.....works great. It's also LEFT-HANDED! You can see by the wear on it that it gets used a lot.
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    Looks like a nice option for when I go hunting. I carry my 30-06 in the holder of my Cabela's back pack. So if I come across a bear or coyote on the way in, I cannot get to it. Right now I carry one of my Glocks in a drop leg because there is too much gear in the way for any belt holster.

    But this holster might work nice with my Ruger Security Six .357.
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    It’s not leather but I had a Grizzly Tuff made for my 7 ½” 44 Redhawk and really like it. My 7 ½ 45lc Vaquero also fits nicely in it

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