My biggest compliment to all three of these firearm companies are that they hold customer service as a high standard and everyone I've met or talked to from all these companies are very personable and down to earth.
It's sad to say but I can't find one good firearms related place up here around Amarillo. The only two indoor ranges are not takin care of and always trashed, ammo and guns themselves are very lacking and if you do find what you want it's at least $100 more than I could find online plus they have crappy service, as far as training I haven't found anything around here worthwhile and the closest class III dealer I could find for my suppressor is about 5 hours away. Yall have it so good as far as firearms stuff down there.
A 100 year old company that makes some of the finest gunleather you'll ever see. Not the least expensive...but not overly pricey, when you consider you're getting a handmade holster constructed in a traditional way.
They made holsters for Texas Rangers, General Patton and I believe Pancho Villa visited their factory. Many of their designs are over 100 years old.
Everyone should own one really nice holster...El Paso Saddlery makes such a holster.
So does the Texas Dept. of Criminal Justice-
We order leather goods from them regularly and I am always amazed at how good a product prisoners make. Most prisons have a full service leather and metal shop.
Great prices too! If you know a cop in your area, ask him if he ever orders from the prisons...you can piggy back his order.
We send them a picture of what we want or just simply draw it on paper and they have rarely disappointed...