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Thread: Gould and Goodrich OWB thumbreak Holster

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    Got a box from the big brown truck this morning,and it was my Gould and Goodrich B803-P94 OWB holster. it's a 3-slot high-ride holster. It's all leather with double stitching around the gun and single stitching around the edges. Seems to be very well made with excellent shape and conformity to the KP944,the gun dropped right in with just the right amount of drag.The thumbreak is solid and stable and easily snaps open for a quick draw and solidly holds the gun in place until you intend to remove it.
    Here's a couple of pics from the cellphone....



    JL

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    That's a nice looking piece of leather. The KP944, that's a Ruger in .40, yes? It's a good looking setup. Now you need to go pester your state legislature into letting you wear it openly, so you can show how well you accessorize

    I'm still waiting on my Mason-Dixon from Bluegrass Holsters; when it shows, I'll put up some pics, too.

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    RedKnightt wrote:
    That's a nice looking piece of leather. The KP944, that's a Ruger in .40, yes? It's a good looking setup. Now you need to go pester your state legislature into letting you wear it openly, so you can show how well you accessorize

    I'm still waiting on my Mason-Dixon from Bluegrass Holsters; when it shows, I'll put up some pics, too.

    --RedKnightt--

    Zombie Squad has it right: “We hold fast to the belief that if you are prepared for a scenario where the walking corpses of your family and neighbors are trying to eat you alive, you will be prepared for almost anything.”
    Yep, .40 Ruger.10+1 or if you can find them 11+1 with the old LEO magazines that were available for awhile.
    JL

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    I have a KP944D myself. It's a very accurate gun as well, and has been 100% reliable to boot.

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