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Thread: Holsters for Taurus PT1911AR

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    Tucker Gunleather is now making all our holsters available for the Taurus PT1911AR.

    Many have had trouble finding holsters for this pistol.

    Our Silent Thunder leather-lined kydex holsters have a 3 week turnaround and are available as belt holsters, IDPA belt holsters, Level II belt holsters and IWB holsters.

    http://rlcompanyusa.stores.yahoo.net/sithky.html

    Silent Thunder Level II belt holster:



    Silent Thunder Champion Belt holster:



    http://www.tuckergunleather.com for Holsters You'll Want to KEEP.

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    Nice! Take a look guys and remember to thank Tucker Gunleather for becoming a new OCDO forum sponsor!!

    See this thread for WhiteRabbit's very positive review of the Silent Thunder

    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum62/10488.html

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    deepdiver wrote:
    Nice! Take a look guys and remember to thank Tucker Gunleather for becoming a new OCDO forum sponsor!!

    See this thread for WhiteRabbit's very positive review of the Silent Thunder

    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum62/10488.html


    Thanks, deepdiver. Nice assist. I appreciate it.

    Note: Visit http://www.TuckergunleatherBLOG.com for archived posts on shooting, leather, self-defense and some opinion, too. It's a good spot to visit for a heads-up on the latest news.






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    Good to hear someone coming out saying something on this subject, I just got off the phone with their customer service and let me tell you: a worse customer service I've never found! I'd rather deal with some idiot from India about my Sony Computer again than their people!
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    40s&wfan wrote:
    Good to hear someone coming out saying something on this subject, I just got off the phone with their customer service and let me tell you: a worse customer service I've never found! I'd rather deal with some idiot from India about my Sony Computer again than their people!
    Whose customer service? Tucker Gunleather or Taurus?

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    Sorry Rob, Taurus's Customer Service!! The guy I talked to didn't seem to give a rat's @$$ about the customers he dealt with!
    In a crisis you don't rise to the occasion, but rather default to your level of training.

    Forgiveness is between them and God. It's my job to arrange the meeting.
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    That's too bad. I don't get why someone would be that way.

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    Rob Longenecker wrote:
    That's too bad. I don't get why someone would be that way.
    I don't understand it either. Your customer service on the other hand, is quite pleasant and relaxing to deal with! I talked with you as a matter of fact, years ago when I was working at Kimber's Sales Office here in Montana. I ended up getting rid of the Kimber I had (although I wish I hadn't) but it was still a pleasure talking to you!!
    In a crisis you don't rise to the occasion, but rather default to your level of training.

    Forgiveness is between them and God. It's my job to arrange the meeting.
    -John W. Creasy (Man on Fire)

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    Thank you.

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    I just ordered the IWB Tuckable from DM Bullard for my PT1911AR.

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