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Discussion in 'Springfield Armory M1911' started by OhioCatter, Jun 29, 2015.
Now it's time to find her that special holster to go in.
That won't fly as concealed carry.
But it's clearly brandishing!
The frame to slide fit has very little side to side play.
If I am interpreting California law correctly, it would be okay for her to be riding in my truck, since the gun is not concealed.
Well it makes for quick access and with that kind of equipment maybe the situation will not escalate. Just a thought...
I like 'em...both !!
I agree with Shooter!
Dear OhioCatter, I apologize for hijacking your thread. Let us know what you really pick.
Looking at Tucker gun leather right now.
Maybe something along this line.
I like that holster. I just picked up a Simply Rugged CID with Floral Carving. Not nearly as nice as that Tucker.
Nice rig! .
Very nice, gonna check them out.
I like the Simply Rugged stuff. A desert floral outdoorsman holster is in my future if I play my cards right.
Very nice. Is it a 9mm or a .45? What kind of holster will you be looking for?
Editted to add: Opps, I didn't see the conversation moved to holster specifics on page two. You might want to take a look at TT Gunleather too. Tim Thurner makes a very nice holster.
It's a .45acp Willieboy. I am on the hunt for the 9mm version to go with it. It's funny you mentioned TT because I am looking at them and Nelson holsters. The modern cowboy look may draw to much attention when I OC.
Catter, in Texas, we must still carry concealed until 1/1/2016. I don't have plans at this time to OC but I have looked at some beautiful OC holsters. I'm sure you know is this, but Milt Sparks also makes some great holsters. I have one of their VM II holsters and it is superb.