Other holsters similar to these?

Other holsters similar to these?

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    Other holsters similar to these?

    I like these holsters A LOT, but cannot get an email back from the site owner.

    Does anyone know if this dude still makes holsters?
    If not, can anyone tell me of any holsters similar to these?

    These holsters are amazing!

    Ill be carrying a Sig Sauer P238

    Thanks!

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    http://www.grahamholsters.com/pocketholsters.htm

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    The "Scorpion" is a wallet sized holster for the smaller autos. Perfect for glove box, briefcase, coat pocket or handbag carry.
    Made for the Keltec P-32, Seecamp, Walther Tph, NAA .32/380, Beretta 21-A/Tomcat/950, Colt Mustang/Pony and Taurus PT22/25 autos.


    The Scorpion $59.99

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    The "Bombay"

    New for 2006

    The Bombay is a front pocket holster with a spare magazine carrier forward. The magazine carries at an angle so there is little to no added width or length. The holster remains centered and balanced and the unique finger push allows for a fast draw.

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    HOME***** POCKET HOLSTERS***** BELT HOLSTERS
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    PopTop

    The "Pop Top" hideout holster for discreet carry of the small automatic below the beltline.
    Available for the NAA Guardian .32 / .380 , Walther TPH, Kel Tec P-32 and Beretta Tomcat/21A /950 , Walther TPH autos.

    The Pop Top $39.00

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    and this one

    DeSantis Pop-Up Holster 020

    nothing similar to the other two yet. iv found other pocket holsters with clip pouches, but that one has the grip of the weapon facing opposite the magazine. Makes drawing much easier.

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    I don't know if they are still in business. Two years or so ago I bought a "Reno" holster from them. It took longer to get the holster than my Seecamp with a custom serial number. On the other hand the holster is perfect and I would bet it will be a hand me down long after I am gone.

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    Before I had any good holsters I ordered several holsters from him. I ordered a Gold Star for a couple of guns, and also a Blackbird for the same guns.

    In summary I gave a couple away, and do not use the others. I found them too soft, and would collapse so that both hands were needed to reholster. I learned that photos on a site do not tell the whole story. For that reason I like to hear, when someone brags on a holster, whether or not they have other top notch holsters with which to compare. Only by holding it can one determine the quality.

    For me I would pass on his holsters. The wait time and additional costs of holsters by Sparks, HBE, and other top makers is worth it. A couple of drawers full of holsters that I do not use taught me that. I know what the "School of hard knocks" means in several areas.

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    Ron Graham states he can be reached at grahamholsters@comcast.net, and he states he is still in business.
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    The whole Pale Horse/Ron Graham thing turned into a small disaster. Here's a thread from another website that scared me away.
    The L.W. Seecamp Company Forum - FYI: *PALEHORSE customers

    I have a Galco Push up, and can't say I like the hoster. It is very slow to deploy... very.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleDannie View Post
    Ron Graham states he can be reached at grahamholsters@comcast.net, and he states he is still in business.
    That email returns right after you email it.

    gun holsters iwb holster ankle at grahamholsters.com

    no more webpage.

    well i guess thats that...

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