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    What is the best holster for my Beretta? Also for S&W 6906 9mm?

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    Hello Check out my holsters - I make them custom for you - I can make them the way you want them including IWB or outside....


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    SPEACE wrote:
    Hello Check out my holsters - I make them custom for you - I can make them the way you want them including IWB or outside....


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    Can you do an SOB for a S&W M66 with a 3" barrel?

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    mchristepher wrote:
    What is the best holster for my Beretta? Also for S&W 6906 9mm?
    No disrespect to Speace -- his holsters look beautiful -- but for open carry, I'd go for something with level 2 or better retention security. That means at least a thumb break. Personally, I like the Serpa series of holsters from Blackhawk. They're secure, robust, and inexpensive. One of the disadvantages of open carry is that it does make you somewhat more of a target for a gun snatch. Before all the OC advocates start piling on -- it happens to police officers in the real world; that's why they use level 2 or level 3 holsters. I'm all in favor of OC, but I think you'd be well advised to take a lesson from the guys who OC all day every day. Yes, you'd have to be a ****ing nut to try to snatch a gun from an armed person, but there are some actual ****ing nuts running around out there!

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    Thank you for the reply, the holster shown is an IWB and is secure. It is not outside but hidden. If you are doing open carry, I can make it more secure. That is the great thing of having a custom built holster made specifically for your needs. Many people have enjoyed the holsters I make it with the heaviest leather possible so it makes for one hand re-holstering! I have made - especially the conceal carry. I have made them for men who ride motorcycles and the guns are secure and they have no problem with them. My husband is a retired Navy Shipman and would swear by them for his guns. Once again thank you.

    Shannon - Peaceholsters.com

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    Apologies, ma'am...I didn't know your gender. For many years as a police officer, I carried a revolver in a belt holster secured with a thumb-break snap and I considered it secure enough for practical purposes. Of course you can add that to one of your holsters...duh...I typed before I thought. I like the Serpa quite a lot, but nothing is as elegant as real leather. The nice thing about a custom holster is that you can get exactly what you want. I have two custom holsters, both made for guns that have "special needs" and they are definitely the way to go if your budget will stand it.

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    Thank you sir - I enjoy making holsters. After my cancer diagnosis, I am attempting to get this business off the ground since I am not able to return to my previous job. Thank you for your dedication as a police officer, it is much appreciated!

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    Safariland ALS.

    If they don't make one for your pistol, then carry a different pistol.

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    I carry a Taurus PT-100 .40S&W (A clone of theBerreta 96)and the holster is an Uncle Mike IWB #5. I works alright except when you walk alot the holster seems toride around so you are adjusting all the time.

    I would like to find a hoster for outside the waist, black leatherwith either velcro or a snap for security and semi-high ride. The stores want and arm and a leg for a good one. Just do not have the funds at this time.

    I am looking for another magazine for my Taurus. I have a magazine practically new for a Baby Eagle .40S&W double stack that I would be willing to trade.

    If anyone is interested in the magazine contact me through my work email.

    larry.hardt@va.gov

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    I can do a custom Taurus Black leather out of the waist band for you - or even a duel which can be worn either way. I do not work with velcro, but I use leather strapping - all the leather I use is 8-9 oz (extremely heavy and durable) I carry a Taurus 24/7 myself. Although I am thinking of buying the judge Well if you are interested please check out my website - (update in process - for more holsters I have recently made... I can send you pictures to your email if you would like. )

    http://www.peaceholsters.com

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    Gpaw wrote:
    The stores want and arm and a leg for a good one. Just do not have the funds at this time.
    Is your life worth an arm and a leg?

    this is why you don't want a cheap holster: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDeKtgkZKmQ

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    SPEACE wrote:
    Thank you sir - I enjoy making holsters. After my cancer diagnosis, I am attempting to get this business off the ground since I am not able to return to my previous job. Thank you for your dedication as a police officer, it is much appreciated!
    Thank you for your kind words. I'm not in law enforcement any more; I'm now a military doctor. I specialize in head injuries...as you may imagine, I have plenty of work!

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