Always been a sucker for good leather.
Left to right...38/44 HD in a Lawrence cross draw.
S&W 57 6" in an El Paso Rig(fits well).
S&W 25-5 in a rig outta Idaho..forget the name and last Model 58 in a
Lawrence flora rig.
Shown this one before, not pretty but a cop's working rig. A Jay-Pee Spring Lock Safety Holster A swivel holster that holds 30 spare rounds of 38/357. The K-38 is 1948 vintage, I believe the last year for the tapered barrel.
Xfuzz your holsters ARE pretty, I have nothing comparable, my holsters are all utilitarian
and they take a beating. I have an old H H Heiser holster but it is also a plain Jane. Much impressed with your rigs.
Another ugly, but different. A semi-shoulder holster by Brauer Brothers of St Louis, MO. the straps held it to your belt, there was a metal tang that fits into the top part of the holster, this raises the snub revolver close to where a shoulder rig would position your revolver. The revolver was drawn cross-draw, the holster had a tension screw to secure your weapon. The holster could also be taken off the strap part and worn as a regular cross draw on the belt, if desired. The snub nose is a M&P square butt.
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