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I know, I know. Same holsters, just different side of the body. More curious who my fellow southpaws are, and if (I'm a 2017 join date newbie here) they are ever offered in the classifieds. Also, for those of you that do have them, do they take into consideration the safety when they make the LH molded holsters?

Thanks in advance for the wealth of knowledge about to be dropped on me.
 

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that url doesn't come up on the card. Wanted to see some of his work. Love galleries.

So as I usually don't mind holster wear on my weapons, I don't think too hard on what materials they're made from. I like an honest wear on a blued gun....just do. That being said my latest purchase has a black duracoat over stainless...I don't want that too worn. And I may be jinxing myself here, but I might have a brand new Dan Wesson Valor in duty coat come the end of today...again one I would want to take care of the finish.
 

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Exodus gunleather is exceptional and they are in the St. Joseph, Mo. area. I can't get his website to come up but here is his phone number: 816-244-1671
 

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Will do sir. I will check into that. Midwest....close by I wonder?
In Omaha. Leather is a lot thicker than your normal run of the mill holsters. This is his 2nd job, works out of his home, and he is a stand up guy. Will bend over backwards to please you. You won't be disappointed. You can email or call him and talk out the details.
 

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You have to email paul he will send you links to Photobucket with lots of pictures he doesn't have a website small one man operation. But does excellent work
 

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that url doesn't come up on the card. Wanted to see some of his work. Love galleries.

So as I usually don't mind holster wear on my weapons, I don't think too hard on what materials they're made from. I like an honest wear on a blued gun....just do. That being said my latest purchase has a black duracoat over stainless...I don't want that too worn. And I may be jinxing myself here, but I might have a brand new Dan Wesson Valor in duty coat come the end of today...again one I would want to take care of the finish.
Paul's website does not exist. Not sure if it ever had. Take a look here http://www.1911forum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=493815

BTW, your thread made me check that the holster I bought here last night was right handed
 

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Hey @Pennywise827
BBP is left handed.
I'll vote for warbird leather for best holsters...
I've got a couple from him....
View attachment 53747
It's what he calls a convertible.
Has removable straps and slots can be worn inside or outside the waistband.
I like options.
Yes! I too prefer options. LOTS and lots of options.

Thanks Wheels.
 

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OK so I have emailed Paul, asked him to call me so I can order a holster.

Next question: Anyone of significant girth here? I can't be the only chubby guy....

What style do you find concealable and comfortable? I really like the convertible, but when spending the money I like to get all my info first to attempt to make the correct choice.

So thanks you bunch of non-lefties. I need to know your belt size now...LOL

P.S. I won't ask your sign next. I'm really not looking to date right now.
 
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