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I found these and bought them, I don't know how practical they would be but they do hold my 1911's snuggly. 1st. pic is a BIANCHI #233 STORM it's different I have no idea why it's open in the front but I thought it was interesting. 2nd pic. BIANCHI #50 "CHAPMAN HI-RIDE". 3rd pic. is a BIANCHI #50P "CHAPMAN" PLUS and BIANCHI #30 "CLIP GRIP" I figured these were some sort of competition style holsters, I couldn't find out to much information on them, but I always liked old leather style holsters, I guess I found another addiction. I bought one more style of holster off of Gunbroker pic#4 it's a ERIC LITTLE- BUFFALO WYO 1911 never seen one but I looked him up and found some information about him, makes some quality holsters but I don't think he's taking anymore orders right now. Thanks for looking and if anyone has some more information about these I would like to know.
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I used the open front one back in the old ipsc days early 80's
I still have two "Askins Avengers" commander length and Gov't length.
That I still use on a regular basis for EDC. the work great hold the gun well and hold gun tight to the body.
Nice find!
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