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I couldn't seem to find a gun at the Tulsa show but I did find some good leather. The first holster is a S.D.Myers " Texas Jockstrap" holster for a 6" K frame and I have lots of those. The second holster is also a fancy "Texas Jockstrap" by Colorado Saddlery also for a 6" K frame. The last holster is a Heiser # 1722 for a 4 1/2" Colt Match Target. I have one of those too but it's at the bottom of the pile. I'll get it out later. All in all , it was a good leather weekend at Tulsa!
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I haven't been in a couple of years but when I did go I'd buy more gun leather there than I did the rest of the year elsewhere. You did well, thanks for posting those.
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I couldn't seem to find a gun at the Tulsa show but I did find some good leather. The first holster is a S.D.Myers " Texas Jockstrap" holster for a 6" K frame and I have lots of those. The second holster is also a fancy "Texas Jockstrap" by Colorado Saddlery also for a 6" K frame. The last holster is a Heiser # 1722 for a 4 1/2" Colt Match Target. I have one of those too but it's at the bottom of the pile. I'll get it out later. All in all , it was a good leather weekend at Tulsa!
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I have thought that Lawrence had the best looking carving,
but that Myres jockstrap is making me think again.
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Bill, your Myres holster is a No. 770, and my '40s vintage catalog shows a price of $7.50 (with $9.50 penciled in). Postage is shown as being a whopping 25.
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