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Old July 30, 2002, 10:41 AM   #1
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Hedley Pocket Holster

Am thinking of ordering one for a P32. Any comments?

Also, there's a Standard and a Limited Edition model. I sort of have my eye on the Limited Edition for $10 more. Anybody have this version?
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Old July 31, 2002, 11:11 AM   #2
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RJ Hedley Holsters...

I own two. My preference is for the back pocket model. However, there's one thing of which I'm sure. You will LOVE the Hedley model you pick. I know the man personally. He is METICULOUS in his leatherwork. Plus, you get your order quickly. Don't forget to order the "pocket" spare magazine pouch that he offers with a holster purchase. The pouch is inexpensive and keeps pocket lint out of your spare mag. As a matter of fact, his whole line of products are very reasonably priced for the quality you get. I don't think his quality or leatherwork can be beat--at any price.

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Old July 31, 2002, 01:23 PM   #3
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Actually, I'd like the back pocket model too, but I don't trust the Kel-Tec's composite frame under my ass. I'm not huge (I'm about 195), but I still would worry about messing up the gun. That's the main reason I opted for front pocket carry.

Thanks for the encouraging words about Hedley. I've already sent in the order via the internet. Just have to send him payment.
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Old August 18, 2002, 11:54 PM   #4
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Got the Limited Edition in black. Couldn't be more pleased. Makes the pistol print like a wallet and is meticulously crafted.

Highly recommended.
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Old August 19, 2002, 08:37 AM   #5
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Yep--Just as I told you. The man definitely takes his leatherwork seriously! I realize I've told this story before but, on the second Hedley Holster I ordered, RJ sent me an e-mail saying he had received some, what he termed, "inferior leather" and he did not feel right about making my holster from that "stuff". He sent me an e-mail almost every day with an apology for being "late" with my holster. When it came (only a few days later, via priority mail), it was of the same excellent quality as the first one. RJ takes a personal interest in every single holster he builds. He's definitely the best pocket holster maker around.

Guyon: Your ass is probably not too big. I weigh 225 and sit on my Seecamp or Guardian every day. (And soon, my new Autauga too!)

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