Handy Unusual Holster

Handy Unusual Holster

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    Handy Unusual Holster

    Found this holster at a gun show years ago. It will hold the gun upright or canted foreward or backwards. It will hold a extra magazine on the handle side. I am going to start wearing it again and am wondering have any of you ever seen one? Where can I find a replacment if I wear this one out?
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    This should do for you if you ever need to replace it.
    They have it both leather and nylon

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    Pretty neat design. Thanks for the info.


    Craiger,

    Do you have that holster ? What do you think of it ?

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    Thanks for the site. This holster is realy neet. I can carry about any gun in it. The snub nose revolvers hammer hang up when drawing. My PM9 disapears behind the belt. It is easy to put on and take off.
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    Interesting design, would make a good back up holster for me.
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    It looks like the grip sits so low in the holster It would be hard to get a good grip if you needed to draw fast,I'll pass
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    Is that a 1911 that is not cocked & locked? just curious
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    Yes it is a Lightweight Commander I carried since the late 70's.
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    I prefer 'boned' leather holster for security and safety reasons. Additionally, I prefer my mags available to my weak hand.

    But whatever works for ya'...

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    After wearing it for a day I remember what I don't like about this holster. It wants to ride up when you sit down. If it had J clips it would work better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    I prefer 'boned' leather holster for security and safety reasons. Additionally, I prefer my mags available to my weak hand.

    But whatever works for ya'...

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    I prefer 'boned' leather holster for security and safety reasons. Additionally, I prefer my mags available to my weak hand.

    But whatever works for ya'...

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    My opinion and preference as well, FWIW...

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    The owners opinion is what really matters, but I see no good reason for the holster, but do see the objections stated, difficulty in getting a full grip, carrying not cocked and locked, and not boned sufficiently to keep the gun in place.

    I just much prefer leather boned holsters by the better makers.

    If it suits you stay with it.

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    This is the same holster by a different maker.
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    Well... that's different I'll give ya that!
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