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Eagle Defender Holster for CleaningAccident

This is a discussion on Eagle Defender Holster for CleaningAccident within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; The craftsmansip is phenominal!! Couldn't help but notice the fine detail involved in the stitching as well!! It's such a privilege to have ALL you ...

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    The craftsmansip is phenominal!! Couldn't help but notice the fine detail involved in the stitching as well!!

    It's such a privilege to have ALL you leathercrafters on board.
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    That's pretty much standard for holsters from K&D. Kevin holds himself to a high standard.

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    Really nice!

    That holster is just outstanding. I have been telling myself for some time that I just don't need an OWB holster for my Defender. I guess that's changed.....

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    I agree, very sharp looking rig. I'd be proud to own that one.


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    The package got here today. Very good stuff. I worked the leather by hand to get the belt a little more pliable. The holster fits the G23 perfectly. The rig fits high and tight to the body. The family even says its almost invisible under a regular fitting t-shirt, so it should hide very well under a better choice of shirts.
    Now I can start the break-in so the holster slots and belt will form that kinda groove with each other. Ive been sitting with it and leaning against furniture to take the "pretty" off. It needs to know its going to be a working rig. A week or two should take that "new car smell" off.

    Kevin, outstanding. Your crow just got tacked. Im sending some people your way. Thanks for delivering the goods without bravo sierra.

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    Wow that's a sweet looking holster. Vary nice indeed.
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    Thumbs up New Holster

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    There IS a way that holster could look even better....
    Yea.... hanging off of MY hip!

    Seriously, that's one nice lookin' piece of work!

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    Great work (again) Kevin - kudos dude!
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    Thanks, folks. I appreciate the kind comments. I know CA is happy with the holster - at least for the moment. There are lots of options available to do with and on the holsters that do not affect the function of the holster itself. I think when folks add stuff, like the exotic skins or tooling or some other decorative item, it just shows pride of ownership of the whole set up - gun and holster. I know I enjoy having the opportunity to make holsters that way.

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