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WTS: Milt Sparks 'Patriot' Holster For Glock 19/23 (CO)

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by Climb14er, Oct 3, 2006.

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  1. Climb14er

    Climb14er

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    This is a Patriot Holster made by 'TK' (initials stamped on the holster), and I'm assuming Tony Kanely, owner of Milt Sparks (please correct me if I'm mistaken).

    It's a beautiful black Sharkskin trimmed Cordovan OWB for a 1.25 inch belt on a G19/23.

    The holster is in very good to excellent condition! The only wear marks are inside the holster (shown) that was caused by the slide stop. This wear will occur anyway when the pistol is in the holster.

    The holster fits on a belt very well and the pistol is kept tucked close to the body and the pistol is securely secured with having an easy draw.

    The price is $85.00 shipped USPS Priority in the U.S. only and you can e-mail me at climb14er@hotmail.com for additional information.

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    Who did your grip reduction,and how much was it?Thanks...:supergrin:
     

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    Robar, when they NP3'ed the slide and put on the Trijicons. Robar has the pricing on either their site or via phone. They did an excellent job!
     
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    'sold pending funds'.
     
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    Didn't think it would last long. I have one for my Kimber, no Shark, and 85.00 wouldn't touch it.
    GoodGlokin,
    Rik