Where can I get an offiside shoulder strap like this one?

Where can I get an offiside shoulder strap like this one?

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    Where can I get an offiside shoulder strap like this one?

    Hi,

    I need an offside shoulder strap like the one in the picture below.

    I'm talking about the white cloth offside strap, not the leather yoke.

    Thanks fellas.


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    I'm thinking you'd have to have one made by a cobbler/seamstress/leather guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by semperfi.45 View Post
    I'm thinking you'd have to have one made by a cobbler/seamstress/leather guy.
    I guess if it comes down to it, I can bring a picture to somebody and ask them to make one.

    See, I don't have this strap on-hand, but I need one for an old Bianchi 9R shoulder holster like the one in the picture.

    I've seen a bunch of pictures of this holster which was made from the 70-mid nineties and lots of them have this aftermarket strap which is woven cloth with a strong elastic, according to what I've read.

    Somebody must make and sell the damn things. I've seen about a dozen straps like this in pictures and they ain't all on the same holster.

    Someone will know, I'm sure.

    Sooner or later.

    Maybe.

    I hope.

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    Have you tried ebay?
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    Possibly buy one of these and scrap it for parts? It's inexpensive.
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    I have made them before. You never mentioned what gun, but you need to know, those are ONLY for revolvers. They cannot be made in that fashion for autos.

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