Simply Rugged Holsters - Holsters, Gun Belts, Ammo Pouches and Accessories
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.
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Rob and Jan Leahy, owners
PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA!
I received a cuda in oxblood color and border stamping for my Walther pps and find this a very nicely crafted holster. retention is very snug making me feel confident in carry. since it rides higher than my old yaqui slide belt holster it does not have to be worn cross draw position for automobile use as it really doesn’t interfere with my seatbelt at all . nice work!
Rob, Again Thank you. My S&W 686 fits the holster well, no hammer strap needed! The custom belt ammo pouch and border stamping on both the holster and ammo pouch real add the finishing touches. Outstanding products! I would not hesitate, and have, recommended to my pistol packing friends to contact your company for holsters that are the best on market at a most reasonable price. And they are made in America by Americans!
Today I received my sour dough pancake holster for my GP 100 match champion. I am extremely satisfied with the fit and feel of this holster. Just wanted to let you know that I have owned many leather holsters for many different pistols and this one is my favorite. You have my business from now on!! Thank you very much for making a quality product
I just received my silver dollar pancake holster for my Ruger LCR. This is a great quality holster that meets my every expectation, the holster is exactly as advertised, and the price for a quality leather custom fit holster is more than reasonable. Great product, looks great, holds the revolver in a very concealable position, and allows for a quick weapon draw when needed. I am a very satisfied 1st time customer that would not hesitate to recommend your holsters to any of my associates. I researched many available holsters, most of which did not appear to fit the requirement or were too pricey to be acceptable. As a former Army Officer I compliment you on your quality and customer oriented focus regarding your line of holsters. Harold “Hal” Fritz Medal of Honor Recipient
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This just humbled me ….charged the enemy with a pistol and a bayonet after being wounded…
I had to do some research:Army-Vietnam Medal of Honor citationCaptain Fritz’s Medal of Honor citation reads:For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty. Capt. (then 1st Lt.) Fritz, Armor, U.S. Army, distinguished himself while serving as a platoon leader with Troop A, near Quan Loi. Capt. Fritz was leading his 7-vehicle armored column along Highway 13 to meet and escort a truck convoy when the column suddenly came under intense crossfire from a reinforced enemy company deployed in ambush positions. In the initial attack, Capt. Fritz’ vehicle was hit and he was seriously wounded. Realizing that his platoon was completely surrounded, vastly outnumbered, and in danger of being overrun, Capt. Fritz leaped to the top of his burning vehicle and directed the positioning of his remaining vehicles and men. With complete disregard for his wounds and safety, he ran from vehicle to vehicle in complete view of the enemy gunners in order to reposition his men, to improve the defenses, to assist the wounded, to distribute ammunition, to direct fire, and to provide encouragement to his men. When a strong enemy force assaulted the position and attempted to overrun the platoon, Capt. Fritz manned a machine gun and through his exemplary action inspired his men to deliver intense and deadly fire which broke the assault and routed the attackers. Moments later a second enemy force advanced to within 2 meters of the position and threatened to overwhelm the defenders. Capt. Fritz, armed only with a pistol and bayonet, led a small group of his men in a fierce and daring charge which routed the attackers and inflicted heavy casualties. When a relief force arrived, Capt. Fritz saw that it was not deploying effectively against the enemy positions, and he moved through the heavy enemy fire to direct its deployment against the hostile positions. This deployment forced the enemy to abandon the ambush site and withdraw. Despite his wounds, Capt. Fritz returned to his position, assisted his men, and refused medical attention until all of his wounded comrades had been treated and evacuated. The extraordinary courage and selflessness displayed by Capt. Fritz, at the repeated risk of his own life above and beyond the call of duty, were in keeping with the highest traditions of the U.S. Army and reflect the greatest credit upon himself, his unit, and the Armed Forces.