As the name indicates, each holster is a simple design, but they are also very rugged and will protect the firearm while you are out in the field or carrying concealed. Holsters are hand molded around each type of firearm to provide a snug fit and hold it in place whether you are riding horse back, on your 4-wheeler, snow machine, fly fishing or hiking on a trail through the woods. For more examples of the retention capabilities look at our customer testimonials page. Our leather is dyed a rich cordovan color and then top coated with a clear coat to further protect the leather.
Customer service is the most important part of our business. We want you to be satisfied with your purchase, if you need adjustments or repairs, we will gladly make them or refund your money upon return of the product.
Thanks for taking a look. E-mail us with any questions you may have.
Rob and Jan Leahy, owners
PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA!
The Simply Rugged Cuda is a combination inside-the-waistband (IWB) / outside-the-waistband (OWB) holster. By combination, I mean you can easily convert it from one to the other. Other designs on the market allow you to perform this exorcism by screwing and unscrewing clips or gun pouches or whatever. The Simply Rugged Cuda design has the […]
Hi Rob, I have waited to send a comment for a while since I have received my Cuda holster for my Springfield XD Subcompact .40SW. I wanted to break it in and take it to the range a couple of times so I could give a review that is meaningful. I have to tell you. […]
"Rob makes excellent pancake style holsters. They will be appearing in my articles on the Redhawk 4" and Alaskan .44 magnum and hopefully also in Gun Digest 2008." (It made it!) John Taffin (Guns, American Handgunner magazines, Gun Digest)
“I carried the Mountain Gun in a simple but rugged and very practical holster built by custom holster maker Rob Leahy. It is of a pancake design, and is built of quality hand-boned leather with expert craftsmanship” Jeff Quinn, Gunblast.com
(The Simply Rugged Holsters™ name came from this article)