Went "Whole Hog" Today

Went "Whole Hog" Today

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    Went "Whole Hog" Today

    First, I want to thank Tim @ TT, Twin Carry and Tony Kanaley especially, as well as others that responded to my whining about lack of a Sparks holster for a particular firearm.

    Today I pulled the trigger, big-time. Ordered a SIG Nitron RCS, a Sparks cordovan horsehide VMII with shark trim and from The Beltman, a 1.5" basketweave cordovan belt. The gun will show-up first, then the belt, and somewhere down the road, the holster. Now, I just need a set of slim G-10 or Micarta grips for the RCS and we'll be all set.

    Thnks again all.

    Adios,

    Pizza Bob


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pizza Bob View Post
    First, I want to thank Tim @ TT, Twin Carry and Tony Kanaley especially, as well as others that responded to my whining about lack of a Sparks holster for a particular firearm.

    Today I pulled the trigger, big-time. Ordered a SIG Nitron RCS, a Sparks cordovan horsehide VMII with shark trim and from The Beltman, a 1.5" basketweave cordovan belt. The gun will show-up first, then the belt, and somewhere down the road, the holster. Now, I just need a set of slim G-10 or Micarta grips for the RCS and we'll be all set.

    Thnks again all.

    Adios,

    Pizza Bob

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    That's what I say "If you got it spend it". Help the economy

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    Nice. You can never have too many sigs!
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    Well Bob, ya gotta post pic when they come!
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    Well at least you're Pizza Bob and not Cheddar Bob...LOL

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    wow. i have nothing else to say, but wow.
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    Damn good feeling ain't it! Now its the waiting game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pizza Bob View Post
    First, I want to thank Tim @ TT, Twin Carry and Tony Kanaley especially, as well as others that responded to my whining about lack of a Sparks holster for a particular firearm.

    Today I pulled the trigger, big-time. Ordered a SIG Nitron RCS, a Sparks cordovan horsehide VMII with shark trim and from The Beltman, a 1.5" basketweave cordovan belt. The gun will show-up first, then the belt, and somewhere down the road, the holster. Now, I just need a set of slim G-10 or Micarta grips for the RCS and we'll be all set.

    Thnks again all.

    Adios,

    Pizza Bob
    Wow,sounds like Christmas came alittle late,or really earily.....sounds great,enjoy..

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    Good for you Bob, I can see your smile through your post.
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