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Can anyone identify this for me?

Discussion in 'Gun-Parts & Access.' started by staarma, Apr 21, 2010.


  1. staarma

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    I can't find any markings on it and I would like to buy another one. Sorry for the cell phone pic. Thanks.

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  2. yellolab

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    Loks like something from High Noon ??

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  3. Adjuster

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    Holster?
     
  4. staarma

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    Thanks, for the life of me I couldn't remember.

     
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  6. staarma

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    I know, I forgot to say the holster is what I wanted identified. At least you didn't say it's a Glock. :rofl:
     
  7. jstgsn

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    I believe that is a hand make inside the belt holster. I saw one like it ages ago at a Bethleham (sp) Pa police shoot. I imagine a good leather craftmen could make another.
     
  8. carrynaspringfield45

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    You could make it yourself - it appears to be a simple, staightforward design. Reuse the beltclip, adjuster screw, etc. Buy a small piece of leather. Cut and pull out the stitching on the old holster - use the pieces form the old holster to trace outlines for the new one.
    It is a pretty simple process, and doesn't need alot of tools to make.
     
  9. staarma

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    Thanks I just ordered another one to fit the 32 for $28. I wanted to keep the one I had for the 26 because I carry it too.