The latest from NOAA, along with the forecast track. She’s weakened some, from 185 mph sustained winds, down to 150 mph sustained currently.
Happily busy. Two words I’ve found that tend to go together. A complimentary combination.
The holster above being modeled by one of my Kimber 1911’s is a right-hand, high-ridin’, 15-degree muzzle-rear belt slide in Natural, premium, Hermann Oak leather. It’s got a molded-in site track, and flared stitching at the muzzle to eliminate any front site hang-up issues. It’s hand-detailed for excellent retention, and what I hope are decent looks. Belt slots are set for a dual-layer 1.5″ wide gunbelt. These are built to accommodate a 4″, 4.25″ or 5″ 1911. With a 5″ barrel you’ll have about 3/4″ of muzzle exposed–like the photo above. I’ve built a bunch of these this week, so if you want one, shoot me a message, or an e-mail to BruceGibson@aol.com . $125.00 plus $9.95 USPS Priority Mail Shipping with Delivery Confirmation. These are in-stock and ready to ship. If my stock levels get low, I’ll update, but for now, I have a bunch of ’em.
This one’s carrying a stainless Kimber Pro Raptor II with a 4-inch barrel. It’s a tad-bit smaller than the first one at the top, but it will accept a barrel length of 4″, 4.25″ or 5″. 15-degree rake, right-hand OWB belt slide. Always premium Hermann Oak leather. This one’s Natural Oil, and it’s had some exposure to Florida sunshine. It’s got a head-start on the “patina” everybody’s talking about nowadays. Stitching is heavy white nylon, and all edges are hand beveled, polished, waxed and burnished. Painstakingly (and sometimes painfully) hand-moulded and detailed for awesome retention. This little guy is $125.00, plus $9.95 USPS Priority Mail shipping with Delivery Confirmation. I’ve got several of these in-stock and ready to roll outta here–if that changes, of course I’ll update the blog here.
If you want one of either, or both, shoot me an e-mail (BruceGibson@aol.com) and I’ll send you a PayPal invoice. Shipments to Florida get tagged with another 6% for Sales Tax–I’ll go ahead and apologize to my fellow Floridians in advance.
Thanks for the look! Here’s a couple more pics.
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