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Trimming down my 1911 holster collection

Postby Myrmidon » Wed 25 Jun 2014 10:42 am

I am selling two of my 1911 holsters. Both are in great condition. They are also both listed on utahguns.com with better descriptions and pictures.

Milt Sparks Summer Special 2 - $85
http://www.utahguns.com/category/316/Holsters/listings/33944/1911-5-Milt-Sparks-Summer-Special-2.html

Blackhawk Serpa - $25
http://www.utahguns.com/category/316/Holsters/listings/33945/Blackhawk-Serpa-5-1911.html

Give me your best offer. Contact me if you're interested or if you have any questions!
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Re: Trimming down my 1911 holster collection

Postby quychang » Mon 30 Jun 2014 11:49 pm

I might be interested in the Milt Sparks, depending on what your bottom line asking price is. I also have a question, since I intend to carry my 1911 open carry, I don't see any kind of retention strap. Is the retention adjustable at all? You can PM me if you want to negotiate in private. Heck, I might even be tempted to take them both at the right price, depending on how many offers/nibbles you've had.

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Re: Trimming down my 1911 holster collection

Postby quychang » Tue 01 Jul 2014 12:05 am

Doing a little research I see the Milt Sparks is a IWB holster. I'm seriously looking for an open carry. Would like something that's a little dressy, or fancy if you will but still fully functional. I don't envision this being an EDC but rather more for those occasions when I want to flaunt it a little. Been Eyeballing Snerds rattlesnake grips and thinking I want something out of the ordinary there as well. I know if I comb the forums I can find some referrals for custom leather holsters, but thought I'd be lazy and throw it out as a question. Or is there a decent looking off the rack leather holster that won't break the bank? The gun is a Springfield 1911 R.O. with 5" barrel. I'm seeing tons of concealment holsters, fewer open carry solutions. I'm open to suggestions.

Yes Snerd, Slipstreaming is on my list of things to get done.

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Re: Trimming down my 1911 holster collection

Postby gskip33 » Tue 01 Jul 2014 10:53 am

quychang wrote:Doing a little research I see the Milt Sparks is a IWB holster. I'm seriously looking for an open carry. Would like something that's a little dressy, or fancy if you will but still fully functional. I don't envision this being an EDC but rather more for those occasions when I want to flaunt it a little. Been Eyeballing Snerds rattlesnake grips and thinking I want something out of the ordinary there as well. I know if I comb the forums I can find some referrals for custom leather holsters, but thought I'd be lazy and throw it out as a question. Or is there a decent looking off the rack leather holster that won't break the bank? The gun is a Springfield 1911 R.O. with 5" barrel. I'm seeing tons of concealment holsters, fewer open carry solutions. I'm open to suggestions.

Yes Snerd, Slipstreaming is on my list of things to get done.

Mel


I use a safariland ALS for my 1911s. Works great for me. Good retention device too.
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