Holsters

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Lynn Brazelton
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Holsters

Ty, you and I were talking Saturday about the makers of good holsters for revolvers. I can't remember the makers you were suggesting that I look into. Would you mind repeating them for me? Thanks.

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My first choice is Ready

My first choice is Ready Tactical. best fit and finish though they dont have all makes and models. You can find them here. CPWSA is a top notch company, buy with confidence. They also have the best mag pouches.

Second would be either blade-tech or comp-tac. They mage great stuff. I own all of them. I would by ready tactical first if avalible. If price is a concern there are others, but in my opinion, you get what you pay for.

Blade tech sells a kit that can be your best bang for your buck. Kit includes holster, and mag pouches.

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Karl Hockman
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I spoke with Chris from CPWSA

I spoke with Chris from CPWSA the other day. He is a very helpful nice guy. Needless to say he got my business.

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They don't get much better

They don't get much better than Chris. I talked to him also yesterday. (another $100 into holster crap.)  Being Left handed in a right handed family means 2 of everything. I bet Im pushing 20 holsters. I got 625, 686, Jframe,  XD's x4, M&P's x2, 1911 x3, Sig226 x2,  Glock 17, HK45, PM9 x2, Generic x3. Plus more i just cant think of off the top of my head. Its a crazy amount of Kydex/leather. Thanks to the NVSA Prize table, some are for guns I don't even own.

 

Members remember to mention the club. Let Chris know where this business is coming from. CPWSA often supports our prize table at the annual BBQ match. The more business the club throws on him the more items he might include for our prize table.

"If you plan to leave early, please arrive early to help set up. If you arrive late, please stay late to help take down. If you plan to arrive late and leave early, please do your shooting someplace else."

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