Holsters and Belts for 1911 (pics)

Holsters and Belts for 1911 (pics)

This is a discussion on Holsters and Belts for 1911 (pics) within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Thought I would share 2 different OWB styles and makers. I know I never get tired of looking at pistols and holsters! This one is ...

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    Holsters and Belts for 1911 (pics)

    Thought I would share 2 different OWB styles and makers. I know I never get tired of looking at pistols and holsters! This one is a high ride Milt Sparks 60TK for my Dan Wesson Bobtail 45acp (and Sparks belt). It's the most comfortable 1911 holster I own. I'm a tall guy (6'4") so it's not so high to be hard to draw for me. It rides tight to the side and is about perfect.



    This is a K&D Defender and matching belt in Brown. It rides much lower than the Sparks. Like the Sparks it has a reinforced "mouth" for better reholstering. I think Kevin stopped taking orders so I got lucky on this one (and one for my snubnose).

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    I like em' both....the holsters and the gun.
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    Nice Sparks Rig. I just ordered a Galco Avenger, nice holster and a Galco dress belt. The belt is ORANGE, not even a close match to the holster. To say the least, I am very dissapointed and sent the belt back. Maybe I'll order me the rig you have. Thanks for posting.

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    Both are great looking holsters...the tan rig is especially nice.
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    both great photos and holsters!
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    I really like that first one. The stitching is so white, very sharp looking rig.

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    Very nice. Excellent CBOB also.

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    the Sparks rig is very nice. White contrasting with the brown belt, well done.

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    I like the Milt Sparks , similar to the one from Mernickle that I have been wondering about.

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    Old timer

    Here is a pic. of a old George Lwrence Holster for 1911 pistols.
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    Another Old timer

    Hi, All:
    Here is a Bianchi #19 Holster for the 1911.
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    Nuther Old Timer

    Hi, All:
    Here is another Old Bianchi Askins Avenger.
    Chubbo

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    Wow that Milts Sparks is a nice rig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chubbo View Post
    Hi, All:
    Here is another Old Bianchi Askins Avenger.
    Chubbo
    I have a couple of Bianchi Avengers for the my Gov't, PPKS & model 39. Wish Bianchi would start making them again. The Galco copy is nice, but the Bianchi is the sharpest and closer to the original IMO. I wonder why they dropped it?

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    Very nice Sparks rig!
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