Discussion in 'Single Actions and other cowboy handguns' started by Papermaker, Jun 20, 2018.
Looking for recommendations for makers of double holster rigs for CBA shooting. Thanks.
He's a serious Cowboy gunner.
I have seen his work on the high road. It is top notch stuff. And his time is valuable.
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He's "local" and also a member here as I recall.
I have never tried Red Cent, but they look very nice. I have been very pleased with some Long Hunter holsters by Kirkpatrick as well as some Simply Rugged holsters.
Tim Start at High Desert Leather did a double rig for me from Cape Buffalo and Elephant. Spectacular..
So spectacular you’re reluctant to share a photo?
@gunbelt can and has made anything from leather. Tell him what you want.
I should have followed up on the original post. My final decision was to purchase from Red Cent Custom Leather. I got a beautiful saddle tan double holster and gun belt set. It is not only very nice looking, it has proved to be very functional at the cowboy action matches I have participated in. My gear is currently way faster than I am. Red Cent also made a fast draw holster and belt combo in saddle tan. His stitching is awesome. I am camera/computer technology limited, so if I ever figure out how to download a photo, I will.
How about that? I did it!!! WooHoo!!!
How do you contact Red Cent? I see nothing on his sight.
If I remember correctly, he used to have a contact page on his website, but it has changed. You can reach him at the above email address. The rccl is for Red Cent Custom Leather. If you contact him, please tell him that 'Ramblin Rob' said hello.
He has a Facebook page also.
Now you just makin fun of an old man. I'll get Geezer to put some on. Don't forget, when you read a post from me my IT smarts are already stretched banjo tight.
SEE!? I ain't the only one....
Thank you Sir!
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@BatteryOaksBilly asked me to post these pictures. He'll tell y'all about them.
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There are two sets like these. Mine and my B&M Rifle Pard. He provided the cape buff and elephant and I provided the maker. Tim Start of High Desert Leather. While at the SASS Regionals a few years ago, I was approached by one of the leather vendors. He asked if he and two other leather guys might look at this outfit. Of course, I was appreciative and obliged the gathering. After much handling and examining one of the Leather vendors said..Sir, I was raised better than this, but we all want to know what something like this costs. I replied...There are two sets of this outfit, the first one cost $25,000. There was a gasp among them and I quickly added...Remember First you gotta get an Cape Buff and an Elephant. Much laughter ensued as you might well imagine. The second one was Considerably less expensive!!!!
That's a beautiful rig Billy and those scratched up Ponies are making me drool a bit too!
Billy ,What caliber are the Colts ? 45 Colt or 44 special ?
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