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    Regular Member Dave in Edmonds's Avatar
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    Sources for in-stock holsters in the Seattle area?

    If I'm going to OC, I'm going to need a holster for my Sig 1911. The only place that I've seen that has any kind of selection at all is Wade's. Any other suggestions for places to check out? I'm thinking that this is something I should try before I buy, rather than making a blind purchase off the 'Net.

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    Does the Sig have the same design as other 1911's? If so, PM me. If not, try West Coast Armory in Bellevue (www.wctle.com), they have a very good selection of new holsters.
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    Outdoor Emporium has a decent selection also.

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    Blumenthals on Aurora near 85th has a great selection. You can try them on, find one you like and then check cheaper prices on line. There is also Korsons on Minor St. just off Denny in downtown Seattle, near REI. Also Wades in Bellevue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsanchez View Post
    Blumenthals on Aurora near 85th has a great selection.
    Blumenthal's? Really? I had no idea. I'll have to check that out.

    I've been wanting to get over to West Coast Armory. I may try to get there and to Wade's on Saturday.

    Thanks for the suggestions guys.

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    Why not check Adventure Sports in Lynnwood first. They've got a good selection of holsters. Even if a few $$ more you'll save on the gas you won't have to burn going to the others. They're about a block North of 200th on Scriber Lake Rd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amlevin View Post
    Why not check Adventure Sports in Lynnwood first.
    Didn't know of them. I'll add them to the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave in Edmonds View Post
    Didn't know of them. I'll add them to the list.

    Thanks.
    +1 to Adventure Sports, great store & good bunch of guys who work there. In your area also check out House of Guns on 99 around 228th (I think), and Lynnwood Guns 99 just south of 208th, tho neither has much for holsters. If you don't mind a schlep Wholesale Sports in Burlington is nearly as good as Cabelas down by Olympia.
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    I stopped in at Blumenthal's on my lunch. All they have in stock are Glock holsters.

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    +1 for West Coast, picked up a serpa a few days ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metalhead47 View Post
    If you don't mind a schlep Wholesale Sports in Burlington is nearly as good as Cabelas down by Olympia.
    You're right they're nearly as good. Just have a lower average IQ for their help. Be prepared to answer your own questions because there aren't many in the store that really have a clue.
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    Nobody mentioned BladeTech in Puyallup yet? If they don't have it, they'll make it. What do you want? Kydex - check them out.
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