Shoulder Holster

Shoulder Holster

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    Shoulder Holster

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    This is a 1950's style pattern shoulder holster. Works great with small revolvers. The pictured holster has my S/W model 36 Chief's Special J frame.
    This is all leather. The holster is 2 layers of leather glued and stitched rough side to rough side. Holster hardware is sandwiched between the leather so that no metal contacts your firearm.
    Straps can be adjusted for most comfortable fit.
    Prices start at $160.00. I will need to know your shirt size (small, medium, large, extra large) to build your holster.
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    Giving this a bump to keep it out for folks to see this weekend. Nice looking rig, I am a sucker for old school leather myself, and collect lots of old duty leather from my early years as a cop. That rig looks like it has been made the old school way with GOOD material. I tip my hat to you sir! Job well done.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haystacker View Post
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    This is a 1950's style pattern shoulder holster. Works great with small revolvers. The pictured holster has my S/W model 36 Chief's Special J frame.
    This is all leather. The holster is 2 layers of leather glued and stitched rough side to rough side. Holster hardware is sandwiched between the leather so that no metal contacts your firearm.
    Straps can be adjusted for most comfortable fit.
    Prices start at $160.00. I will need to know your shirt size (small, medium, large, extra large) to build your holster.
    Love a good shoulder rig. .I am thinking of one for my N frame and possibly for a 2-3" K frame too.
    EN MI VIDA AL MAL NO TEMERÉ, POR QUE EN MI CORAZÓN Y MIS DOS .38 SUPER COLT.

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    That's a LOT of holster to EDC a J-frame. I tried some shoulder holster carry for a time, I found it to be bulky, hot & inconvenient. IMHO, that's a fine example of a nostalgic carry method (beautiful leatherwork), yet simply not for me.
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    I personally like this holster with my J frame. I have been wearing this for the last couple of weeks. I went to Lowe's workshop yesterday with my grand kids. Did a lot of bending over and such. The holster wears great under just a regular unbuttoned shirt. It really is a minimalist holster.
    I have a K frame 2 inch holster in the works. I am planning on starting a holster for my 3 inch SP101.
    The holster attaches to the harness with leather lace. The idea is to use one harness for several different holsters.
    I made a prototype using screws for attachments. The screws are more convenient than the leather lace. This is an option I would consider making. I just liked the leather lace because it is in style with the old school look.
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    I gotta' agree on the SP101 being a fine candidate for shoulder carry. The more load-bearing locations you can put on THAT little anvil...the better. Before any SP fans tar & feather me, please know that I'm a fan. It's damn-tough to break an ANVIL.
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