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    "Caster Troy" holster. It'd be pretty uncomfortable to sit down though...

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    Kinda cool. I guess it has some application.

    I like the name. Wonder if they named it after someone.....?









    Double S.O.B.



    The gentleman's holster that fits into the small of the back. The design allows for concealment of handguns and is wet pressure moulded for a perfect fit. Suede lining is included.



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    That style of holster has been around for decades.


    Google Chic Gaylord.


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    Cowboys, Piratesand many others prior to NY even being reckonizedhave long since carried mulitple handguns.
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    Well thats the first time ive seen it. :P

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    MontgomeryXIII wrote:
    Well thats the first time ive seen it. :P
    Me, too. When I first saw it...it reminded me ofone of those Rohrbach ink blots...





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    Some additional info for consideration:

    http://www.thegunzone.com/sob_is_bad.html



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    Before joining S&W, Tom had been a Chicago Police Officer for a number of years, and held some very strong views about that method of carry:

    Most modern departments and agencies have specific policies and directives prohibiting anything from being carried over the base of the spine. Never mind a handgun, most Chiefs won't let their officers wear their handcuff case in that position!

    Marx made the too-often unconsidered point that cops are invariably wrestling around in alleys and on hard ground with suspects, and any sort of blow or impact to something as hard as 'cuffs or a firearm in that location, could cause serious spinal cord injury! Ouch!


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    HankT wrote:
    MontgomeryXIII wrote:
    Well thats the first time ive seen it. :P
    Me, too. When I first saw it...it reminded me ofone of those Rohrbach ink blots...

    You jest about the more liberal arts. The Rorschach ink blots will lead you to the same place.

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    Correct me if I am wrong but wasn't Caster Troy's Holster a Double S.O.B., I.W.B.?
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    RebelHell wrote:
    Correct me if I am wrong but wasn't Caster Troy's Holster a Double S.O.B., I.W.B.?

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    I stand corrected. Thank you.
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    RebelHell wrote:
    I stand corrected. Thank you.
    Well its for sure that you are not going to sit down with that rig - at least not comfortably.

    Yata hey
    You will not rise to the occasion; you will fall back on your level of training.” Archilochus, 650 BC

    Old and treacherous will beat young and skilled every time. Yata hey.

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    If it was all I had I think I would sit more comfortably with it than without. :P
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    RebelHell wrote:
    If it was all I had I think I would sit more comfortably with it than without. :P
    Still, when you went to the movies, you might want to sit down in front. :shock:

    That's the way Citizen sits when he goes...........but that's another story.

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    Yea but two kids could now disarm you. You should be thinking about the children.

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    Well, this holster is an interesting "novelty", and a very crafty piece of leatherwork, but it looks INCREDIBLY awkward to draw from, and it would SUCK if you had to sit in a chair or car for any length of time. And if you would ever get knocked to the ground in a struggle, it would hurt like hell on the spine and tailbone...

    Would be a fun piece to wear on the range with a matched pair of custom 1911's, or as a movie prop in some sort of Quentin Tarantino movie, but I just can't see any positive benefits for wearing it in "real life"...
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    I wasnt plannin on buying it..I just thought it was somethin that looked differnent. I agree with you, would be nice on the range or something but not every day real life.

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