$89.00 plus $8.95 Priority Mail shipping. 15-degree rake. 4″ or 4.25″ 1911. 6% sales tax if you’re in Florida.
I’m sure not a Milt Sparks–I don’t accept advance orders. The thought of being several months behind makes me a little queasy, and keeps me from sleeping. So, I offer what I have available to ship out of here…now. This one’s available. Regular, $250.00, but now, $150.00 plus shipping. (And, sales tax if you’re in Florida). Questions, shoot me an email to BruceGibson@aol.com.
$150.00 plus $8.95 Priority Mail shipping. Total is $158.95. (If you’re in Florida, there’s an additional 6% Florida sales tax).
I’ve never met Mr. Bob Klenda, but over the years I have become well aware of who he is, and I’ve also got several of his patterns, and we’ve talked on the phone.
A two word description? Nice guy.
It’s a little long, but this is an excellent video done by Hank Strange in Sam Andrews shop down in Alachua, Florida. This one takes you step-by-step through Sam’s process of making a belt slide, or “pancake” holster for a Glock 19. Sam recently moved his shop from Alachua to St. Augustine, Florida.
Sam’s process is a little different than mine, but similar in many ways. He’s been at it for some 40-years, and he stays booked with an extended backlog. As a Maker, I love watching other Maker’s processes. I always learn something, and this video is no exception. One thing I learned from this one is that Sam Andrews seems to be a heck of a nice guy.
Check it out, and comment below!
He’s got millions of subscribers, and his videos get millions of views. Here’s one of his many YouTube videos.
That energy, enthusiasm, drive and motivation? Yeah, I’ll take some of that.
Gibson Gunleather and Bruce Gibson Design hand-stamped Star Basket, right-hand, high-ride belt slide pancake holster for the Commander length 1911 with 4, or 4.25-inch barrels.
The Star Basket pattern and border is not embossed–it is laid out and hand-stamped one tiny star at a time. This process takes time, and hand-crafted attention to detail.
The sight track is molded in to accommodate the larger sights on modern pistols, and the stitching is flared to eliminate “sticking” or hanging up on the draw.
Retention is excellent. Suitable for open or concealed carry.
Full trigger guard coverage, and cutaway for a comfortable, full-firing grip while holstered.
This holster is designed to fit dual-layer gun belts 1.5″ wide, and 1/4″ thick. This is a high-ride, open carry or concealed holster with a 15-degree muzzle-rear rake or cant.
The Natural oil finish will darken somewhat over time with exposure to sunlight. A lot of folks describe this as “patina,” and it’s a really cool natural occurrence with veg-tan leather.
All we use is Premium American Hermann Oak vegetable tanned leather. All proudly made in the USA. Hermann Oak has been in the leather business in St. Louis, Missouri since 1881. There is none better.
Heavy wheat colored nylon machine stitching.
Hand-fitted and hand-detailed. Holster edges are hand-beveled, waxed, finished, and burnished.
This holster is in-stock and ships via US Postal Service Priority Mail with delivery confirmation.
Satisfaction is guaranteed.
Replica gun, mags and other goodies are not included.
Questions are always welcome! And again, satisfaction is guaranteed.
Thank you for looking!
125.00 with Free Priority Mail shipping with Delivery Confirmation and tracking.
I stumbled across this on my facebook “news” feed this morning. It’s been ten years–it seems longer. I’m saddened and amazed by the effect it’s had on this generation in such a short period of time.
I’m not a fan of cellphones, whether the “i” version, or generic “smart” versions. In fact, I’m not a fan of phones at all. I don’t think they’ve done us any favors.
I do have my flip-phone should I find myself broken down on the side of the road. In that case, I’d call it useful.
Nice, calm weekend here on the Redneck Riviera. Tourists can be annoying, irritating, and many times just plain dangerous.
Typically, they ride around in cars and trucks, barefeet propped up on the dash, camera-phone gripped in one or both hands, lost to the real world. There’s a comfort in knowing what to look for, and avoid.
Well, yesterday a couple of them tried a new approach. They fell semi-controlled right outta the sky.
Never a dull moment. The story is here CONTROLLED CRASH on the WJHG website.
I needed some content. Got it. I’ll mark this one done.
I didn’t have a clue that this item would get the attention it has. We’ve added it to the Shop, so if you want one, you can click the link below and have a look for information and ordering.
We’ll have a size/sizing chart put together shortly, but in the meantime, just measure around your wrist OVER your wrist bone, and we’ll build it from there.
Here’s the link to the “Thin Blue Line” cuff bracelet: https://www.brucegibsondesign.com/product/gibson-leather-cuff-bracelet-thin-blue-line-2-wide/