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Old 08-17-2004, 11:49   #1
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holsters manufacture list

holsters manufacture list

www.Blade-tech.com
www.Fobusholster.com -229/Steyr
www.highnoonholsters.com -Leather
www.fist-inc.com -Kydex/leather
www.donhume.comKydex/Leather
www.usgalco.comLeather
www.wildbillsconcealment.comLeather
www.tuckergunleather.comLeather
www.grahamholsters.comLeather
www.kirkpatrickleather.comLeather
www.delfatti.comLeather
www.comp-tac.comKydex
www.haugenhandgunleather.comLeather
www.bagmaster.comNylon/Cordura
www.hoffners.comLeather
www.horseshoe.co.ukLeather
www.doubletriple.com -universal holster
www.concealco.comLeather
www.raftersgunleather.com -Leather
www.uncle-mikes.com -universal nylon/cordura
www.grandfatheroak.com -kydex
www.BulmanGunLeather.com -Leather
www.Contact-Holsters.lv -Leather

couple holsters availible from
www.usasteyr.comLeather/Polymer
no longer availible from usasteyr.com is gone

have a holster from one of the manufactures post a review.

thanks for pointing that out IDPA Steyr.

updated thanks to srfl. even though its United Kingdom. I have ordered few items from the UK shipping was not to bad and arrived in ok time.

wonder if a Canadian source availible.

updated 8/26/04
added RIPPED and srfl sources.

when posting info I need specificly this for update to faq info
Kydex-Leather-Cordura/Nylon-IWB-Shoulder-Belt/Open-Universal
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kydex is it synthetic holster

leather made of leather

cordura/nylon get the picture yet?

IWB=In Waist ban for concealed carry

Shoulder for shoulder harness and under arm carry

Belt/Open is the holster belt mounted and open carry style

Universal meaning not a specific model for specific gun will work for variety of pistols with number of dimensions and barrel length
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yes no answer. got a holster you like tell us bout it just dont get to wordy please.

updated 02/20/05
BulmanGunLeather and Contact-Holsters in Latvia
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Old 08-17-2004, 12:57   #2
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Don't forget Comp-Tac (www.comp-tac.com). They don't show it in their catalog but make holsters for the Steyr. I've used mine for 2 years and it's great.
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Old 08-21-2004, 00:12   #3
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I have another one for your list: Horseshoe Leather Products in the UK (www.horseshoe.co.uk).
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Old 08-25-2004, 16:08   #4
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I forget who asked me about my Holster. FYI the manufacturer is Double Triple out of Califonia.. they have a Lifetime Warranty.

http://www.doubletriple.com/faq.htm
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Old 08-25-2004, 21:02   #5
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Found another holster maker for this list: AKJ Concealco (http://www.concealco.com)

Their belts are interesting...they include a brass keeper (and buckle).
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Old 08-29-2004, 15:28   #6
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My Blade-Tech has been serving me very well. The quality is excellent and I recommend this particular manufacturer highly.

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Old 09-03-2004, 11:43   #7
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I just recently purchased my S40 and havent had a chance to try out any holsters and was wondering if anyone here might have a suggestion for me. I will likely be getting two holsters, one for range and the other for concealed carry. I have been looking at getting maybe a mil-tech and/or one of those blade-techs as that just looks nice.

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Old 09-03-2004, 19:26   #8
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Can anyone reccomend a good, inexpensive holster that would work well for a range/IPSC holster? I wont be getting a CCW for awhile so I'm not worried about concealability.
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Old 09-03-2004, 21:49   #9
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Dieseler, look up two posts from your post ... flyandscuba's holster wasn't too pricey ('bout $50-$60 ... their regular old injection molded belt holster is around $15) and would be good for IPSC/range wear.

If you prefer leather, High Noon's Topless model is a good holster for the money.

If you want to stay in the sub $30 range, then Uncle Mike's (and a couple others) make nice inexpensive nylon universal holsters.
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Old 09-03-2004, 22:25   #10
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There was a request to make the following thread a sticky.

Figure it would be better just to put a link here in this sticky thread instead of stickying too many threads to the top of the forum.


It contains brief instructions and photos on how to convert a pancake holster to an IWB.

http://glocktalk.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=282135
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Old 09-04-2004, 21:19   #11
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Just curious - does any of those manufacturers make a duty-type retention holster similar to Uncle Mikes, or Bianchi? I need one for duty use, but it seems that all of them make CCW holsters only. Thanks for any assistance.
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Old 09-04-2004, 21:46   #12
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Old 09-07-2004, 23:45   #13
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I have yet another manufacturer for the holster list: Rafter S Gunleather (http://www.raftersgunleather.com)

According to Della Schafer at Rafter, they have a holster block for the M9 and can make a cowhide (black) OWB holster with a body shield for $61.80 with shipping ($45 holster; $10 body shield; $5.50 shipping and $1.30 for insurance).

The IWB holster is probably the same price, but I did not verify that with the Schafers.

....and the list keeps growing.
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Old 09-09-2004, 07:54   #14
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Dillon leather and Blue Press

I use the Dillon Leather "CLS" or "cactus league slide" made for the Glock 17/19/22 series. It is an outside-the-waistband belt slide that fits a little tight on the M9 and M40s I own. I use it for IDPA and I use a Blade Tech for USPSA/IPSC production division. The Dillon is available throught the "Blue Press" for under $30.
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*edit* Found link

How do you like the Dillon? For the price I' seriously considering one!
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Old 09-11-2004, 10:13   #16
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I own a M40 and had a custom holster done by Graham's (listed above). I purchased the Falcon. Very nice holster. Highly recommended.

http://www.grahamholsters.com/iwb.htm

He does custom work, so.

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Just curious - does any of those manufacturers make a duty-type retention holster similar to Uncle Mikes, or Bianchi? I need one for duty use, but it seems that all of them make CCW holsters only. Thanks for any assistance.
My friend's M40 was the first Steyr holster Graham did. Friend had to take gun out to the guy's shop. Mine was the second.

This man is retired law enforcment "with a bad back." Very nice guy and I'm sure you could email him and discuss custom work that won't cost you any more than the current manufactured offerings.
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I appreciate the info, TheBigCA! I'll look into those. ;?
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Old 11-13-2004, 12:07   #18
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I exchanged e-mails with David Stillwell of Grandfather Oak Custom Carry (www.grandfatheroak.com).

He is getting Steyr dummies in order to start making kydex holsters for the Steyrs. I asked him to let me know when he starts making them. Note the e-mail I got from him, below.

Meanwhile, if you have a Kel Tec P3AT or P11, he has nice pocket holsters for....under $20 bucks! I just got one yesterday for my P3AT. He'll make 'em left or right hand. The nicely molded holster holds the gun well secure...even upside down. The holster will release the gun when you want it to though. I got it the holster for $15 bucks shipped !!

If his upcoming Steyr holsters are as nice as the holster I got, then it should be good.

I'll keep ya'll posted.

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> From: David Stillwell <cds@grandfatheroak.com>
> Date: Sat, 13 Nov 2004 07:12:57 -0500
> To: XXXXX
> Subject: Re: Custom Kydex Holsters
>
> XXXXX,
> Presently the pistols you list below are not ones we currently can make
> holsters for. We should very shortly have dummies for both steyer
> pistols. I will be happy to let you know when we have it.
> Mag pouches, I am working on mag pouch designs as we speak. I should
> have both single and double pouches for both ready for sale within 2
> weeks( we test wear our designs before we offer them for sale). Will
> keep you updated.
> Glad you like your holster. Please do spread the word we can now make
> holster for the entire Kel-tec Line
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>
> David Stillwell
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> XXXXX wrote:
>
(SNIPPED)

>> Question: can you make the IWB or a out of the waistband holster for:
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>> -Steyr S or M series
>> -S&W 1066
>> -Star PD

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Old 11-17-2004, 22:23   #19
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i was wondering if a bianchi accumold holster made for a glock, ruger and sigma would fit a steyr M9? would the semi molded thumbsnap work and would the fit be well were its not to lose or to tight?
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Old 11-22-2004, 22:45   #20
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I found a good selection of duty holsters for the M40 over at Safariland:

http://www.safariland.com/index.html

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