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Old 02-11-2009, 14:28   #1
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Laid off so I have time to make KYDEX

Designing new Kydex in my new found spare time take a look.
Horizontal AR15 Mag holder. Not just a turned vertical pouch but this is made to hold a full mag in place while you run.
Bluegrass Glockers
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Old 02-12-2009, 08:52   #2
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I have several of Deans ( Kygundoc) holsters and mag pouches. Great stuff, also one of the best gunsmiths I know.
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Old 02-16-2009, 02:28   #3
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I have several of Deans ( Kygundoc) holsters and mag pouches. Great stuff, also one of the best gunsmiths I know.
Bought 2 of them myself
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Old 02-17-2009, 11:31   #4
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I can make other things than AR mag holders
Holsters
http://inlinethumb23.webshots.com/33...600x600Q85.jpg

Mag pouches for 1911 and Glock, Notice how these can be pulled straight out the front of the mag holder.
http://inlinethumb46.webshots.com/18...600x600Q85.jpg

http://inlinethumb64.webshots.com/44...600x600Q85.jpg
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Old 02-18-2009, 10:05   #5
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I'd like to talk about a holster for my Taurus OSS/DS. Will you be at Bluegrass tomorrow night?
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Old 02-18-2009, 10:39   #6
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Old 02-27-2009, 09:50   #7
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Hey Dean, want to try to come up with something custom for me? I could use a fast revolver holster and have some ideas of what I need. Trigger guard retention, open top with a bit of barrel retention at the end, and some backwards/right cant for a forward mount. If you're interested, let me know and we can talk it over.

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Old 02-27-2009, 10:28   #8
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Hey Dean, want to try to come up with something custom for me? I could use a fast revolver holster and have some ideas of what I need. Trigger guard retention, open top with a bit of barrel retention at the end, and some backwards/right cant for a forward mount. If you're interested, let me know and we can talk it over.

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I would like to build a revolver holster for you. Here are some pics of a holster I made for my Mod 28. I was trying for a holster that could be used for USPSA and IDPA. See if it is something we could build on or tell me what you want.

http://inlinethumb21.webshots.com/43...600x600Q85.jpg

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Old 02-27-2009, 16:17   #9
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Hmm. That might be a start, but I'm thinking more of something like this:

1. bump that grabs the front of the trigger guard. This would allow the gun to be free once the bump is cleared, for minimum movement before release.

2. Screw to set retention strength on above.

3. Rearward cant, about 15 degrees. Best compromise for waist and surrender starts.

4. No gripping on the cylinder. Once the bump is cleared, I want the thing to jump out of the holster.

5. Very small shelf to prevent the barrel from tipping backwards if I hit the grip too hard. Perfect would be for the barrel to clear at the same distance of draw as the bump.

6. Minimal holster material under and behind trigger guard. I want to get my hand on the grip as fully as possible before starting the draw.

7. Slight outward cant, a la the Bladetech DOH.

Summary would be a clean grip presentation, somewhere about 4cm out from my front pocket, with a slight rear cant, that releases in 3/4" or so. A swinging lock would be nice, something that would swing behind the trigger guard for between stages. And remember, I'm a lefty. And of course we would have to arrive at a price.

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Old 02-27-2009, 17:27   #10
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Hmm. That might be a start, but I'm thinking more of something like this:

1. bump that grabs the front of the trigger guard. This would allow the gun to be free once the bump is cleared, for minimum movement before release.

2. Screw to set retention strength on above.

3. Rearward cant, about 15 degrees. Best compromise for waist and surrender starts.

4. No gripping on the cylinder. Once the bump is cleared, I want the thing to jump out of the holster.

5. Very small shelf to prevent the barrel from tipping backwards if I hit the grip too hard. Perfect would be for the barrel to clear at the same distance of draw as the bump.

6. Minimal holster material under and behind trigger guard. I want to get my hand on the grip as fully as possible before starting the draw.

7. Slight outward cant, a la the Bladetech DOH.

Summary would be a clean grip presentation, somewhere about 4cm out from my front pocket, with a slight rear cant, that releases in 3/4" or so. A swinging lock would be nice, something that would swing behind the trigger guard for between stages. And remember, I'm a lefty. And of course we would have to arrive at a price.

H.
I do not think that can be made from Kydex sheet with out some cylinder support kind of like the old rodgers cup challege holster that was open from top to bottom and was held by the cylinder. To be rigid enough to hold a 625 size gun I think a rail mount like a CR speed would be a better platform than Kydex for what you have in mind. Let me think about it I may be able to put a stiffiner rod at the bottom of the holster to add rigidity. I will see what I can come up with and let you know.
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Old 02-28-2009, 20:24   #11
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Dean, Can you make a holster for a Taurus PT 1911AR (the one with the rail)? I can't find one anywhere.

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Old 02-28-2009, 22:45   #12
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Dean, Can you make a holster for a Taurus PT 1911AR (the one with the rail)? I can't find one anywhere.

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Gary Not a problem but I will have to have the gun for about a week to form the holster.
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Old 03-01-2009, 17:06   #13
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Gary Not a problem but I will have to have the gun for about a week to form the holster.
Great! I don't know if I can make it to the range this week (meeting in Paducah that day), but if not, I'll bring it the next week. Thanks.

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Old 03-01-2009, 19:04   #14
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Glad to see so many people supporting Dean's sideline (hope the layoff isn't too long though) Can't wait to get my mag holders, I'm thinking I might talk to you about a holster for my 228 with rail adapter and M3 light.... unless I find a 229R.

I've seen Dean's Kydex work and it is top notch, not suprising since Dean made it he's the kinda guy who takes pride in his work.
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Old 03-01-2009, 20:04   #15
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Glad to see so many people supporting Dean's sideline (hope the layoff isn't too long though) Can't wait to get my mag holders, I'm thinking I might talk to you about a holster for my 228 with rail adapter and M3 light.... unless I find a 229R.

I've seen Dean's Kydex work and it is top notch, not suprising since Dean made it he's the kinda guy who takes pride in his work.
Thanks for the kind words Jack but the layoff was permanent. I need to find a new line of work. I thought being a machinist I could weather bad times like these but that is not the case I guess.
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Old 03-01-2009, 19:02   #16
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Dean,

If you're feeling frisky, I have a project that has been kicking around in my head for a while. A spring-loaded moonclip magazine that presents a new clip oriented the same way at the same location every time. I don't know if you'd be interested in working on a theory, but if it panned out it could equal some business. Particularly after I beat Jerry at the Nationals this year.

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If you're feeling frisky, I have a project that has been kicking around in my head for a while. A spring-loaded moonclip magazine that presents a new clip oriented the same way at the same location every time. I don't know if you'd be interested in working on a theory, but if it panned out it could equal some business. Particularly after I beat Jerry at the Nationals this year.

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That sounds cool yes I would like to give that a try. Let me know what you are thinking about
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Dean, Sorry to hear about the layoff! If I ever get a few minutes free, I might sit down and make a wishlist of some gun tweaks and keep you busy a bit if you're game
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Dean, Sorry to hear about the layoff! If I ever get a few minutes free, I might sit down and make a wishlist of some gun tweaks and keep you busy a bit if you're game
Sean We miss you at the matches and yes I will take all the work I can get. I am going to get a Lathe mill Combo machine in a few days so I can do a little more than Glocks at home.
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OH know more competeion aghhhhhhhhhh. Hey Dean I will be at shoot 3/5/09 if nothing else happens and can give any pointers on the combo machines.
My Smithy is so old I have to make parts for it.
And maybe talk about the gun buisness and a job. (At the place I work at)
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