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    Good gun security in a holster is of the most importance especially for a police officer.
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    I do not know how old this REYES made in Mexico floral stamped holster is. It looks great with my 5" Post War Long action M&P revolver.

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    You do not see many of these old pocket holsters. They must be close to 100 years or older. The top one holds a S&W New Departure Hammerless .32 top break. The lower one holds a S&W Double action top break.

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    A Lawrence IWB #23 holster. Have any of you seen a IWB with the metal clip covered with leather? Gun is a pre Model 40.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Thewelshm View Post
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    Those are nice Paul
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    As far as old holster, this is a good example that was patented in 1908

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    I have only leather holsters. Here are some older ones, the I/J frame is brand new to replace one that finally gave up the ghost. Left to right, 3” I/J frame, 4” N frame, 1911.

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    In the same order, here are my Sunday holsters. Various copies of the A W Brill style of holster.

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