Are you a kydex or leather guy? Cowhide or exotic leather?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Injunbro View Post
    I've tried both Kydex & leather & suppose Kydex has it's points... like scraping ice off your windshield.
    And accelerated wear of the finish on your pistola.

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    I like leather, but I do have a bunch of Bianchi accumold holsters. They are great for the woods.
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    All my holsters but one are leather. I have a Uncle Mikes holster that was given to me when I bought a nice 66-2 at a LGS in 2011. If I were again working outside carrying a gun, I'd certainly purchase some sort of fabric type holster that would handle rain, etc. Must say at present am looking hard for a nice Bianchi 111 for a little four inch 19-3 that I bought late last year. Sincerely. bruce.
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    Leather for revolvers and carry semi's. Kydex for range semi's.
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    Leather/Cowhide

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    Mostly kydex now, them seem to retain them better.

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    Galco, Bianchi and classic leather....

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    Leather is all I ever use...
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    Leather here. I have never owned a kydex holster
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    Quote Originally Posted by delcrossv View Post
    Leather. Whatever kind Galco or Nelson uses (assuming cowhide).
    Could be Asian water buffalo for all you know....
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