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I have been looking for a decent holster for a 6.5" N frame Target for a while now. Finally settled on this Heiser design from Colorado Saddlery. Tooled & fully leather lined. Inked 44 Spl. on the back.

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Old 08-29-2017, 06:37 PM
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Nice looking leather!
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Beautiful!
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Is that a genuine 44 3rd model Target? Those are scarce as hens teeth.
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No, Sir. It is a Triple Lock.

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You know better than that Dick. I'm guessin' your glasses are about ready for their monthly cleaning.

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Both are beautiful .
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