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    Holster Help! SA1911

    I'm looking for a holster for my Springfield 1911 Loaded. It has ambi safety which cuts my holster choices. Does anyone have a good suggestion? I prefer a waist holster and I'm in Cali, so it's useless to carry a concealed holster. Kaydex or leather?

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    Why does an ambi-safety cut your choices?

    I like a leather holster. I don't like the way the other feel adn wear the weapon. But you can hear the same argument from any side of the fence.

    Do you want a concealment holster? IWB? OWB? Shoulder rig?

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    You should probably move to another state before you start messing with guns......did you not ever watch terminator???? that man is wild!!!!!

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    Check out Ross Leather, I am a fan of theirs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIGCrazie View Post
    I'm looking for a holster for my Springfield 1911 Loaded. It has ambi safety which cuts my holster choices. Does anyone have a good suggestion? I prefer a waist holster and I'm in Cali, so it's useless to carry a concealed holster. Kaydex or leather?

    OK...so you're in Cali...and don't want a "concealed" holster, what exactly are you looking for? A duty rig with level III retention? A "range beater", a drop leg tacti-cool holster. Just a decent OWB for use at classes....

    I'm also assuming, that it's a FULL SIZE Loaded (non-railed) we're talking about here, not a Loaded Champ, Loaded Micro, Loaded MC Operator, or Loaded Long Slide.

    Help us help you.
    Last edited by VAMarine; 12-04-2009 at 11:18 AM.

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    Rofl

    Quote Originally Posted by knoxrocks222 View Post
    You should probably move to another state before you start messing with guns......did you not ever watch terminator???? that man is wild!!!!!
    GET TO THA CHOPPA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VAMarine View Post
    OK...so you're in Cali...and don't want a "concealed" holster, what exactly are you looking for? A duty rig with level III retention? A "range beater", a drop leg tacti-cool holster. Just a decent OWB for use at classes....

    I'm also assuming, that it's a FULL SIZE Loaded (non-railed) we're talking about here, not a Loaded Champ, Loaded Micro, Loaded MC Operator, or Loaded Long Slide.

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    Wasn't there like ..3 of these in three different forums all from the same guy?
    So many questions..So little time..lol

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    my ss loaded lives in a sparks vmii. The ambi safety is not an issue.

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    In my opinion simply the best on the market for my 1911's, sigs and S&W's:

    5 shot leather .com
    Mr. John Ralston.

    Tremendous quality in his work and materials at very reasonable prices...............

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