|Our Old West Holsters
Many of the holsters you find displayed on our site have
the traditional fit of the frontier era. This
generally means that the revolver fits relatively deep
in the holster pouch with a distinct recurve in the area
of the trigger guard. More modern holster throats
are cut down lower on the cylinder and the recurve near the
trigger guard is less distinct. You may have any
variation of the holster throat pattern that you desire.
However, please consider that the more the
cylinder is exposed the more valuable a hammer thong becomes.
The Threepersons design allows for a very quick
draw but necessitates a hammer thong since the trigger guard
is completely exposed. Additionally, we will add
a muzzle forward cant or muzzle to the rear cant at your request.
Any of our gun rigs can be made into a "speed rig"
by adjusting the hanging angle of the holster in relation to
the belt and cutting the throat down to expose more of the cylinder.
However, we also offer a complete line of purpose built competition holsters for SASS shooters complete with steel linings.
Youíll be able to draw quicker and re-holster slicker
than Roy or Gene if thatís your aim. Any of our holsters
can be made into a cross draw configuration. We also have
some other tricks of the trade to make the holster and belt combination
perform as you desire.
We also make all manner of modern holsters for modern revolvers
and simi-automatic pistols specializing in concealed carry
holsters including IWB, high riding belt holsters, and pocket
holsters. We also have a soft spot for 1911 .45
holsters as well.
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