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    New OWB/IWB from Savoy Leather

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    Finally received my IWB/OWB Combo holster from Savoy Leather! Fits my XD9 like a glove. Now the hard part is choosing which holster I want for my 1911s and my M&P Shield from all his different styles. Def best holster I own. Was excited and thought I would share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kebler414 View Post
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    Finally received my IWB/OWB Combo holster from Savoy Leather! Fits my XD9 like a glove. Now the hard part is choosing which holster I want for my 1911s and my M&P Shield from all his different styles. Def best holster I own. Was excited and thought I would share.

    I have a Savoy Combo holster as well for my Walther PPS. I also need to find one for my 1911.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptco911 View Post
    I have a Savoy Combo holster as well for my Walther PPS. I also need to find one for my 1911.
    Nice! Which art/pattern did you go with?

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    That's beautiful. Savoy does great work!

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    Looks like they do good work but I prefer do have a thumb break retention on my holsters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firearms Iinstuctor View Post
    Looks like they do good work but I prefer do have a thumb break retention on my holsters.
    I'm fairly sure he can add a thumb break to it, would just have to leave a note.

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    Looks nice! Congratulations!

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