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I am on a search for a leather rt hand or rt hand cross draw holster that will fit a semi-auto with a 7" barrel. If anyone has a direction I can go in, please let me know. Can be used, long as it hasn't been abused. Many THANKS in advance.
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Might help if we knew exactly which gun you need it for. I mean, there aren't a lot of 7" semi autos, but.... Is a shoulder rig is out of the question? Something along the lines of a Bianchi X-15 would probably hold a 7" semi....

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Might help if we knew exactly which gun you need it for. I mean, there aren't a lot of 7" semi autos, but.... Is a shoulder rig is out of the question? Something along the lines of a Bianchi X-15 would probably hold a 7" semi....

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Mark-- hi! Well maybe Bianchi HOLSTERS used to make a holster for a Mdl 41 that might work but I gave mine away to my son when I gave him my Mdl 41.. Seems El Paso has such a beast in the offering, but I fear delivery time will be extensive. I had hoped to find something used, maybe.. Shoulder rig isn't too far out of the question, but NO chest strap. Gun is an early AMT hunting Model in 10MM. -- Still have that 44??
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.... Still have that 44??
Hey JR, Indeed I do still have that ol' .44. I need to dig it out and get some new shots of it - and then run a few rounds down the pipe just to make sure there ain't any cobwebs in it.

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El Paso says 8/10 weeks delivery time, which will depend on just what is ordered. I am thinking cross draw might be better than strong side draw with such a long gun.. ANY one else have an opinion?? Has worked for me, especially with this rig I had made for my 500.

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