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Great new holster everyone should look into!

Posted 07-26-2011 at 09:07 by DAMACLESE

So just last week I invested into a new holster from a guy who makes them locally. I typically carry a kahr P9 for my daily carry and found it hard to carry concealed in the summer time with my different Galco leather holsters which were more suited for carrying concealed during winter. This new holster is an SHTF gear ace-1. It's kydex molded and combination riveted and stitched with kevlar thread onto a leather backing. I've had a crossbreed holster for 2years that i've used to carry a walther...
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