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    More old leather

    We went to a small gun show at Tahlequah Ok today. I stopped at a table of old holsters. Mostly just incomplete
    sholder rigs. I had my model 10-5 with me, looked like a good fit. I mentioned that one of the straps was broke.
    He cut the price from $10 to $5 and I wound up with another project. Got the strap fixed, I think it'll work for me.
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    Me thinks you got a good deal. Looks really nice.
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    It is surprising what good leather you can find at local gun shops for a few bucks. Safariland Safety Holster.
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    Smith & Wesson holster for 4" K Frame.

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    A S&W model B501 size 34

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    I got all 3 for less than $20 including sales tax.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimg11 View Post
    Safariland Safety Holster.
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    I have some experience with that one... it was called the "cop suicide holster" for a reason. By the time you could get a gun out of it, the fight was long over...
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