New Texas holster maker

Discussion in 'Gear & Accessories' started by longtooth, Dec 9, 2009.

  1. longtooth

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    Last October I bought my first black plastic handgun. SA XD45.
    Every gun needs a holster. I ran a WTB ad & a fellow from Austin responded wanting to make one & get a little design help starting a holster business. A really good friendship has developed & I like what he has built. Introducing him only. I dont work for him nor do I get a commission if you buy from him.
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    The Proto Types of holster & several mag pouches are excellent. His gear is all completely hand made. That is hand cut, hand boned, hand sewn. Stitch lines are streight & uniform. I have seen a lot of home hand made, first holsters. He is first class. Holster fit the gun w/ excellent retention. Draw is smooth & w/o drag coming out. I am almost 100% OWB. I require a holster to stay open for easy reholster. Hand cut belt loops are an exact fit for a 1.5" belt. The holster does not rock & is tight to my body.
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    Holster & mag pouches have a subtle arc that conforms to the body shape very easily.
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    Clint Smith reminds us all that conceal carry is supposed to be comforting not comfortable. The XD is comforting. The Holster is comfortable. You can have both.
    Starting up he is able to make holsters for the guns he owns.
    Gun Types: 1911 all except EMP (3",3.5",4",4.25",5"), Springfield XD all: (sub,compact,service,tactical), Colt SAA, LCP
    He will do IWB designs also.
    If you need gear for any of the above guns, dont want a 7-12 month or more wait, give him a try. I am very pleased & think you will be too. :patriot:
    Contact him at: Robert (Cotton) Inks, 1706 Channel Road, Austin, TX 78746, 512-327-5858. cottoni@gmail.com
     


  2. DCortez

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    Personally, I'd have put that at the top or the bottom.
     
  3. TxEMTP69

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    looks nice and agree with D
     
  4. kfog

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    if you don't mind me asking, how much is he charging for holsters?
     
  5. thorkyl

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    Good looking rigs
     
  6. longtooth

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    I dont have his price list. I have told him where I have posted the reviews. $60.00 for pancakes. & up depending on what you want in a BBQ rig. I have seen some of his tooling & He is as good as Tucker.
     
  7. longtooth

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    Originally Posted by longtooth [​IMG]
    I dont work for him nor do I get a commission if you buy from him.



    Probley should have but I havent wrote many reviews.:banghead:
     
  8. shellshook

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    LT, I didn't know you were on over here.....You are giving my tooling some awfully big shoes to fill. That was a kind review of my holster and mag carrier. Thanks much.
     
  9. DCortez

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    Nice looking stuff.
     
  10. shellshook

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    thanks much.
     

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