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Old 08-22-2003, 16:31   #76
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I have a coupel boxes full of stuff I will be happy to sort through.

I am leaving for Thunder Ranch for a full week but will do so ASAP.

Delta, you have mail on your 1911 stuff. For sure want to try, probably want to buy!

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Old 08-25-2003, 20:03   #77
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I know it's not a glock but I have a galco fletch LH for a styer M series if anyone is interested.
I could really use this for my M40 ....;f

I do not have any gun stuff to trade except for some loose 45 acp hydra shoks.
I have lots of other things to swap..

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Old 08-28-2003, 08:00   #78
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So... has anyone actually loaned or borrowed a holster?
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Old 08-28-2003, 17:55   #79
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So... has anyone actually loaned or borrowed a holster?
I wanted to but the guy I was working with must have never checked his PM's so we could work out the details. Gee I wonder what that guys name was?;d ;d
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Old 08-28-2003, 19:03   #80
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I would like to try a
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sparks VM-2,
Blade-tech uch,
tucker answer
comptech C-T.A.C.
Sidearmor IWB

as you can see a tuckable is what I need here in the heat I carry a glock 19

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Old 08-28-2003, 19:11   #81
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I have a coupel boxes full of stuff I will be happy to sort through.

I am leaving for Thunder Ranch for a full week but will do so ASAP.

Delta, you have mail on your 1911 stuff. For sure want to try, probably want to buy!

Paul

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E-mail me again... bbechtel@airmail.net
I will see the e-mail, it has been Hectic around here the past few weeks.

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Old 08-28-2003, 20:33   #82
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pangris,
Your stuff is going to head out in the morning so it should be getting to you about the time you get back in town.
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Old 08-29-2003, 08:11   #83
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Your Holster is on the way, Priority 2 day.

You should have it on Tuesday...

Hope you get good use out of it..


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Old 08-29-2003, 20:11   #84
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So... has anyone actually loaned or borrowed a holster?
I've loaned one so far. No requests for the others yet.
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Old 09-06-2003, 11:14   #85
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Cool idea!

I'd love to try out some IWBs for my G20.

Do they make crossdraw IWB? I was thinking of a right-handed crossdraw, so the holster would be on my left side. Do they exist?
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Old 09-07-2003, 17:46   #86
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Old 09-09-2003, 18:01   #87
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D&D Gun Leather makes a dandy IWB

I recently purchased an IWB (?mdl T-Bar Too ) from D&D GUNLEATHER. It carries my 1911 very.... nicely. Anyone else purchase one of Daves holsters?

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Old 09-09-2003, 18:25   #88
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I could'nt resist

ONE MORE FOR THE..... T-Bar Too
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Old 09-09-2003, 18:30   #89
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Cross Draw IWB

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Cool idea!

I'd love to try out some IWBs for my G20.

Do they make crossdraw IWB? I was thinking of a right-handed crossdraw, so the holster would be on my left side. Do they exist?
If you think about a cross draw IWB, how would you quickly obtain a full firing grip? The gun butt would inside your waistband if there was much cant unless it rode pretty high. Not my first choice.
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Old 09-09-2003, 18:55   #90
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NICE LEATHER WORK

I visited your page...VERY NICE LEATHER WORK
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Old 09-09-2003, 18:59   #91
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Hey Guys,
A couple of week ago, I borrowed a holster from Soaringkestral that I had been thinking about buying. Thanks to her, I found that this particular holster does not fit me very well. Saved me a little money. This "holster library" idea is a good idea!
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Old 09-09-2003, 19:08   #92
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Re: NICE LEATHER WORK

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I visited your page...VERY NICE LEATHER WORK
Thanks very much. I'll pass your kind words on to Tucker. He'll appreciate it I know. See, I've got him chained to his workbench almost 24/7 turning out holsters, etc.

We let him loose three or four times a day for essential breaks and bring him cheese and crackers and bottled water. One beer a day at sunset and a glass of O.J. and a cup of Java at sunrise. He is starting to smell kinda' gnarly, though. May have to improve his conditions. I know he'll appreciate your comments, though.
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Old 09-10-2003, 00:18   #93
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CZ-75 holster?

I'm looking for a holster for a CZ75 that I could try out. Am most interested in an OWB design that is concealable.

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Old 09-10-2003, 17:24   #94
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Hey Guys,
A couple of week ago, I borrowed a holster from Soaringkestral that I had been thinking about buying. Thanks to her, I found that this particular holster does not fit me very well. Saved me a little money. This "holster library" idea is a good idea!
I'm glad I could help, Dewayne.

I would personally vouch for Dewayne if anyone else is thinking about loaning him anything. He was excellent to work with and kept me informed of how it was/wasn't working and when he was returning it.
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Old 09-14-2003, 11:15   #95
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Re: I could'nt resist

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ONE MORE FOR THE..... T-Bar Too
If you want to trade it for a Galco CCP like this one for the 4" 1911:
Carry Issues
let me know. I have been looking for an IWB for my kimber for this hot Texas weather.

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Old 09-16-2003, 13:10   #96
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For me it's great idea even if I don't need one for try jet.
Other thing that I live in Poland, so it could be little more complicated to borrow me some holster.
But I stongly belive that I can count on you GT friends, so we will see what future will bring to us...
Thanks for such great idea bill clancy. All best. Nestor
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Old 09-16-2003, 20:58   #97
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Old 09-17-2003, 04:01   #98
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help, looking for a G-35 holster

need to get input or try golsters for a G-35 for off duty ware, and on duty if any suggestions. i curently carry a G-20 on and a G-26 off duty and plan to goto a G-35 on and G-27 off but need to fing holsters for the G-35. any suggestions or loaners? will get new weapons in 2-3 weeks and want some feedback from people who may have used them. the holsters i have for the G-26 will work with the G-27 but the ones for the G-20 will not work with the G-35 (jackass, L3 duty and paddle galco) only one that may work is the galco fanny pack. thanks for any help in advance, glocktoys
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Old 09-17-2003, 14:08   #99
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got a desianties speed scabbord for a GLOCK 23/19

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Old 09-17-2003, 21:17   #100
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what a neat idea!

I have the following holsters available for evaluation and/or purchase (all are right-handed):

For Glock:
* JS Holsters (http://www.jsholsters.com/kydex.asp) kydex paddle (all 9/40/357)
* Fobus GL-2 paddle (all 9/40/357)
* Fobus Roto paddle (all 9/40/357)
* DeSantis Inner Piece leather IWB (Glock 19/26/36)
* Don Hume H715M leather IWB (Glock 26)
* Galco clip-on single mag carriers, tan (17/19)
* Don Hume clip-on single mag carrier, blk (17/19)
* Fobus double mag carrier paddle (17/19)

For Kahr:
* Blade-Tech "tuckable" kydex IWB (MK9/40)
* Don Hume H715M leather IWB (K/P9)

To give you an advance idea of what to expect from some of this gear, see my reviews at http://mywebpages.comcast.net/shoote...kholsters.html

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