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At K&D Holsters, I am offering a new paddle holster design (patent pending). It's a very versatile set up. You can wear it with the paddle inside of the pants waistband or outside the waistband around the belt. It will adjust to fit either a 1 1/4, 1 1/2, or 1 3/4 inch belt. You can adjust it to wear either in a vertical draw, cant forward draw, or cross-draw.

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The cost will be $60 + $5/shipping. Currently it is only available for medium to large frame semi-autos. I anticipate having it available for both wheel guns and the smaller autos very soon (still working on some technical aspects).

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Thanks! :cool:
 

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Nice to have the combination - a decent leather rig but on a sturdy paddle. Way to go Kevin.

As you know - I could be interested in a smaller version ultimately to suit a Bersa Thunder.
 

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Thanks for the kind words everyone.

joeOH:

I hope to have a version available soon for the revolvers. I should have the "holster" part finished fairly soon. It will then be a matter of getting it matched up to the correct paddle.
 

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Keith:

I do have a Colt (d-frame) so we could make it for that. I'm working on a revolver holster for this design and hope to have something available very soon. :cool:
 

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Kevin
I do like the way you think. Looks like a winner to me.
Mike
 

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Nice looking holster, I like the option of belt or , paddle attachment.
 

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Hi Kevin,
My one reservation is that I find paddle holsters that ride high tend to let the butt of the gun torque away from the body. I have a couple that do that, including a Galco paddle, and Uncle Mike's. The Fobus on the other hand rides low and stays much closer to the body.

I was at the range yesterday, and one of the guns was a S&W M 60 3inch. The Galco did not keep the gun close to the body, and I again concluded that it is not a satisfactory conceal carry holster.

Just a thought. It looks like your holster rides very high.

Jerry
 
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