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    Bell Charter Oak

    I was looking at their "Charter Jet" holster for my S&W Night Guard and my G23. Anyone used their products?

    Thanks,
    John

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    I have heard some say that their leather is kind of thin and flimsy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    I have heard some say that their leather is kind of thin and flimsy.
    Ditto, but they got the market on old school revolver holsters. I like to try the "Deep Drop Bandit" for my J frame.
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    I have their Gaylord Super Sleuth II for my Colt Cobra. I had to send the first one back because the leather was paper thin, almost like glove leather, and it canted the butt excessively away from my body. Impossible to conceal. The replacement was made of much thicker leather with a redesigned belt loop. I'm still not completely satisfied with it, but it will do.

    They did reimburse me for shipping, tho.

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    I carry my mdl 36 in one of their IWB holsters,I've had it so long I can't remember the model,but it's stood the test of time,still a solid holster.

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    Thanks for the replies. Sounds Like I should look elsewhere.

    John

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