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Old September 15, 1999, 04:39 PM   #1
BMWGS80
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I have a friend that wants a leather holster for his USP .45 with the lazer modul. I am unable to locate one that is not Kydex or Nylon. I would appreciate any suggestions other than my custom leather maker.

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Old September 16, 1999, 08:31 AM   #2
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Here are some of my recommendations...
Mitch Rosen: www.mitchrosen.com
M/D Enterprises: www.customholsters.com
DelFatti Leather: www.delfatti.com
Horseshoe Leather: www.holsters-for-handguns.com

Mitch Rosen makes VERY nice and exquisite holsters...also VERY expensive. But he does not do all the work himself. His holsters are well recognized with shooting "pros".
The last 3 are one man shops, and they do all the work themselves. Don't have experience with Horseshoe, but have heard good things. Plus his website is very imformative. Mark, of M/D is a very nice guy who will be more than glad to help you over the phone. He may do some one of a kind custom work if you ask, but don't know for sure. Matt Delfatti runs a true custom shop, and he will alter an existing design, or even work with you to create a new design if you don't see something you like in his catalog.

Also, here are some others you may wanna check out...
Kramer Leather: www.kramerleather.com
Milt Sparks" www.miltsparks.com
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