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Here's a Browning Bros. Co. marked holster. The gun and the holster were purchased new at Browning Brothers shop in Ogden, Utah in around 1929.





Here's some various maker's holsters and gear.



Top left is a Black Hills Trading Co. western holster for a S&W Schofield.

Top center is a Ted Blocker Action Pistol Holster for my 745 IPSC.

Top right is Galco mag puch for my S&W 59.

2nd left is Browning Bros Co. and H&R

2nd center is a SAA Bianchi

2nd right is a Purdy Gear for the S&W 59.

3rd left is a Randy Wright for my SAA with stag grips.

3rd right is an unknown maker for my 4" .32 Hand Ejector

Bottom center is another Bianchi for my 1911A1 Camp Perry .45 Remington-Rand 1943.
 

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Discussion Starter #44 (Edited)
How about a Bianchi model 100A that I wore as a uniform duty holster. It is made for a .45 1911 but it worked well with my S&W Model 39-2

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The 22/32 Heavy Frame Target has not been made for many years. (6" 22 LR on an I frame or on a J frame the last 10 years or so) I found this H H Heiser holster for mine.

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U S Government Holsters are quite popular when you can find them. This one for a 1911-A1 for police probably from the Viet Nam era made by CATHEY ENTERPRISES and has a National Supply Number 1095-01-211-7962 and P/N 99A-RH-P

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I've got one to post I've never seen nor can I find any info on. It's marked "Command Leather 10056" and it holds 12 rounds of 38spl ammo, not in speed loaders, just 12 rounds, six in each side. Google turns up nothing and I quit searching for info a while back. I ran across it again this weekend while cleaning up my back porch, it was in a box of misc gun stuff.
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Top to bottom: My Ruger new flattop Black Hawk in 8E544B58-3268-4A6D-A9DB-90FBE424B633_1586648730258.jpeg a Bianchi 1L lawman, model 10-8 in a Don Hume Jordan style, and my 28-2 in a Bucheimer Patrolman swivel holster along with a Bucheimer Jordan style holster.
 

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I have been a fan of George Lawrence holsters for many years. The model 100 Lawrence quick draw flap holster has always untriaged me since I saw one in the 1960s. It was a used one for a 6 1/2" N frame and I considered buying it but I only had a 4" N frame S&W at the time. Every Lawrence Holster advertisement showing the model 100 said FOR RVVOLVERS ONLY. I recently found a Lawrence model 100 size 643 for a S&W model 41 with the 5 1/2" bull barrel. Therefore they made at least model 100 quick draw flap holster for a Semi Auto Pistol.


 

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Tex Shoemaker for my S&W model 60 no dash. Just a great little light weight holster that does it's job well with no frills or bells and whistles.
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686-3 with a Bianchi service holster. It's supposedly for an N frame but I would have to pry my 28-2's out of it. It works great with the L
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