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Old July 8, 2000, 08:42 PM   #1
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Just thought I would pass this bit of info on. I just recieved my second holster from FIST holster Co. in New York. I had gotten one for my Beretta 8040 and now one for my Glock 27. They seem like well made holsters and the prices seem fair.They were right on the money as far as making and shipping the finished product. I don't believe it took them two weeks to fill my order. I'm pleased with both and probably will do business with them for future holsters. They carry a full line and customize to suit your needs. They also have a discounted line for items returned and Police Dept. send backs, they are of course sold as is.
Their web page can be reached as follows
Thought I would pass this along I believe they are worth a look.
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Old July 8, 2000, 11:16 PM   #2
shiroikuma, Anchorage AK
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I really like the look of their kydex ones has anyone tired one of those? They look like you could really adjust them for a radical rake, which I would like to try. Anyone ever tried one?

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