No matter how hard you rub the lamp or how much $money$ you stuff in to it, the answer to "can I get my holster faster than the time you quoted" will always be the same.
Because of the moisture resistance of horsehide it will hold up to perspiration a little better than the steer hide. But rest assured all of the back plates are triple sealed to ensure a long service life whether you chose standard Steer hide or Horse hide.
A J-clip is just a belt clip that is to weak to hold to the pants that is the reason for the need to put the extra bend in the clip so it will catch the belt when you draw the pistol.
I understand being excited about getting something you really want and waiting several months can be difficult.
I promise I am working as hard as I can to complete orders in a timely manner.
Does your company make a double magazine IWB holster? Is it something that could be special ordered? Do you have any reason to not recommend such a holster? I'm wondering if you've experimented with the idea and found it's too much weight hanging on the pants and belt by carrying a full size pistol and two magazines in two holsters?
Create an illusion that gives you an advantage.
The most common Complaint.
My holster looks to nice it is a shame I have to conceal it.
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The Eagle and Flag or the American Holster Company logo are no charge. The Eagle and flag is our signature and is applied to every holster unless you request something special or request to have it left off. The POW MIA Tooling Takes extra time and as such is priced at $25.00
The other stamps pictured can be added to your holster for $10.00 if you want the details colored it will add extra cost. Armed Forces stamps are on their way and will be priced at the...
I have been asked why the pictures in the gallery show so many color variations but the order form does not give all of the color options that you see.
The standard color’s that are available are Black, Mahogany and Natural(Tan).
I do not dye holsters any other color unless you request it, then it would be an additional charge.
As for the pictures, there are several reasons that the color can vary:
First. The lighting the picture was taken in can distort the color some.
Second. Every piece of leather takes...
What dose the back of an Invisi-Tuck IWB holster look like?
As you will see in this picture of one of the Invisi-Tuck holster with a natural finish.
The back is flat with the holes punched to allow for height and cant...
In this video we will discuss why some times something that may seem right for you is not the best idea. When it comes to holsters it is up to the designer to know what is safe and what is not.
I mention in this video that if you insist that you need a holster that I deem unsafe you will have to sign a waver and pay an additional fee. At the time of recording the video I could not imagine someone would still want this style holster.
There is no waiver and I will not make a holster that I deem unsafe!!!!
This is a question that I get on a regular basis. First I have to say that were and how to carry is really a personal preference.
Looking for IWB holster for my Kimber “Raptor” 4″ with a Crimson Trace laser grip. Do you make Invisi-tuck holsters with a cut-out or room for the laser “hump” on the grip?
Question: I’m a big guy, so chaffing is a concern, I would like to have the larger Back Plate.
I see in step 9 of how to make the holster that you seal it for moisture. I live in a very humid area during the summer and have had luck with horsehide. Do you offer horsehide or do you believe your moisture sealing is sufficient? I do know that the horsehide has been very comfortable for me.
I will happily make the holster with a larger back plate. I do not currently offer Horse Hide. I can not find a...