Taurus PT1911 Leather

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Kevin Keith
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I still had my leather from 1911s past that are now home to the new Taurus. This first rig is my "Junior Ranger" rig, so called because it's not a two gun rig. Everyone knows any Ranger worth his salt wears two pistols. As soon as I lose some weight the belt might fit again!
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The second holster is a Galco Combat Master CM212.
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And one more. This one is a Tagua belt slide for a 1911. Hand made in Paraguay, it's an affordable minimalist holster. That's it!
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CoreyR
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I use the Tagua paddle holsters and magazine carriers for my HK VP40 and for my G23. Good holsters.
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That is a nice piece, and all three holsters are sweet. I usually carry IWB, but those Galco Combat Master holsters are so comfortable that I can carry a full frame and forget it's there. If I could figure out a way to not print wearing one, I'd probably always use them and give up on the little guns.
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Kevin Keith wrote:
Thu Jun 27, 2019 5:54 am
I still had my leather from 1911s past that are now home to the new Taurus. This first rig is my "Junior Ranger" rig, so called because it's not a two gun rig. Everyone knows any Ranger worth his salt wears two pistols. As soon as I lose some weight the belt might fit again!
Image


The second holster is a Galco Combat Master CM212.
Image

And one more. This one is a Tagua belt slide for a 1911. Hand made in Paraguay, it's an affordable minimalist holster. That's it!
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