November 23, 2010 by admin
This is some research /prototype gear I made with my son in mind. I just picked up the Taurus 1911 for him from a friend. Crocodile inlay on the holster croc overlay on the mag pouches. The spines are supple enough to lay down if he chooses. Click to enlarge photos.
We have spared no effort gone to great lengths and risked life and limb to bring you fine folks this excellent holster material. Jan & I searched the oceans for the best shark hide. Then we hand picked each hide (I’ll take one of those) I tested it for toughness and resilience Sometimes it was [...]
because I didn’t want to have my right arm stuck down inside my waders when these guys come around: Simply Rugged Customer Martin H. in Alaska with his Freedom Arms 454 in a Loaded Pancake with a hammer strap & the Chesty Puller System. He didn’t have to shoot any bears, but was able to [...]
I carry my Smith 28 in it under a untucked shirt in a store a few weeks back 3 Law Enforcement Officers didn’t know I had a gun until I showed it to them. I was at a warehouse store 2 weekends ago and forgot I had it on until I got to playing on a “inversion machine”. I was hanging up side down I felt the whole rig move a bit but the gun stayed in place. Just before Christmas I was confronted by a barking charging dog, it was cold so I had on a t-shirt, flannel shirt and a coat. The gun came up and was on the head of the dog without even thinking about it. The owner called the dog and I didn’t have to shoot but the important part to me was how the gun was just there when I needed it to be.