Holster - Belt - Grips

Holster - Belt - Grips

This is a discussion on Holster - Belt - Grips within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I have been wearing this rig for a short time and find it quite versatile. The holster is from Rocky Felix at Pure Kustom, the ...

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    Holster - Belt - Grips

    I have been wearing this rig for a short time and find it quite versatile. The holster is from Rocky Felix at Pure Kustom, the belt from Al Childress at A&G Custom Gun Leather. The grips on the Kimber Ultra CDP II are elephant ivory (with a little bark) from Jim Alaimo at Nutmeg Sports. It's been a pleasure dealing with first class people producing first class products.
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    Nice looking setup. I've been wearing a crossbreed hoslter/belt combo and also love it.

    One thing your post/pic highlight that lots of new CC'ers can learn from is the purpose built belt. Having a heavy-duty belt makes a WORLD of difference when it comes to the comfort and retention of a weapon, whether it's carried open or concealed.
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    Very nice.
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    Good looking rig! Thanks for sharing!
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    Great looking setup indeed. A&G belts are awsome and Al's customer service is second to none.
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    Top shelf all the way. Nice combo! Love the flames and monograms on the holster.
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    Nice...Very nice.
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    Great lookin leather combo...niiiiiiiic!
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    The holster is a Black Ops Pro that has Chicago screw retained belt loops, allowing it to be also IWB and adjustable ride and cant. It allows me to wear it IWB with shorts and a dark golf shirt tucked in and is virtually indiscernible. Necessary when it's 100 degrees in the Texas summer.

    You are correct about the belt. Good gunbelts don't stretch, allow the weapon to sit comfortably without shifting and probably last a lifetime.
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    That's just an all-around pretty setup!
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    I love Pure Kustom! Great looking set up and welcome to DC!!

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    That's an outstanding rig! Congrats!
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    Jim at Nutmeg Sports makes the finest ivory grips. His are the best and most precise that you can buy.
    Yes, it is still legal to buy and own elephant ivory grips.
    Soon there just won't be any ivory gun grips.
    All ivory grips being made in the U.S. these days are made from existing domestic supplies of legal ivory.
    The U.S. is completely OUT of the world trade in ivory.
    No new elephant ivory can be imported or exported so purchasing a set of ivories made from pre C.I.T.E.S.-ban ivory in no way affect present African elephant populations.

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    Great looking rig.

    Exact setup that I have for my PM9. Black Ops Pro w/ A&G belt. Less the hot flames....

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    QKShooter, you are correct about Nutmeg Sports and ivory. Let me point out that legal import of ivory into the US ceased in 1989. Ivory imported prior to that is still legal. Elephants were on the verge of extinction in many countries because of mass illegal poaching prior to the ban. This ban may possibly be lifted in the course of time as the herd populations increase and because some of the African countries hold millions of dollars worth of ivory in storage taken from both poachers and necessary government herd management. They would like to market it.

    In my younger days, billiard balls, piano keys, dominos, chess pieces, etc. were often made from ivory. For pistol grips, it is tough as nails, never hot or cold to the hand, not slippery when wet and will be there for my great-great grandchilden.
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