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    I am new here - So would like to say HI

    Live in Florida but do a lot of hunting in SD

    was wondering if a cowboy rig holster is legal for Open carry



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    I believe so if it is not under a jacket.



    You look like doc Holiday with it.



    what is the gun?

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    jmiahhenry wrote:
    I believe so if it is not under a jacket.



    You look like doc Holiday with it.



    what is the gun?
    That's not me

    that's off Ted Blocker holsters website- but that's the one I bought, have not got it yet he makes them as you order takes about 4 weeks

    I have about 50 lbs on the guy in the pic

    funny thing they call it the huckleberry on the website



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    Nice looking rig.
    Bob Owens @ Bearing Arms (paraphrased): "These people aren't against violence; they're very much in favor of violence. They're against armed resistance."

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    Verrrry sweet rig!

    I've always liked cross-draw holsters for my single actions.

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    I make one similar to this one from El Paso saddlery. Mine's more rugged, and made for rough use while hunting and ranching:



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    spurrit wrote:
    I make one similar to this one from El Paso saddlery. Mine's more rugged, and made for rough use while hunting and ranching:

    Do you have a website or just make them for yourself

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    I make a few for other folks, but I'm behind, right now.

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