Gould and Goodrich Holsters

Discussion in 'Firearms' started by Adam5, Sep 5, 2007.

  1. Adam5

    Adam5 Atlanta Overwatch

    Has anyone here used a Gould and Goodrich holster? I was at Southeastern Firearms durring lunch today browsing holsters and they have a G&G 3 slot leather pancake holster with thumb break to fit my 1911 for $41. Im considering buying an off the shelf holster for this one instead of having custom leather made for it.
  2. Sharky

    Sharky Active Member

    Hey Adam,

    I have one of their paddle holsters. I really like it, however not very good for concealment. I really like the quality and the holster for OC.

  3. VolGrad

    VolGrad Tactical Statistician

    Also give a look at DeSantis. I just picked up one of these Thumb Break Scabbards with the lock hole for under $70. I have only worn it once thus far but I really liked it. I bought it for my Sig 226 & 229. It fits both great.
  4. tj2000

    tj2000 Guest

    I have two of their SOB (Small Of Back for all you acronym illiterates out there) holsters, The quality is good and they seem to work, the only problem is if you use them a lot you will find small holes in your cover shirt almost like what moths make. If I am wearing one of my leather vests there is no problem. I had a great ankle holster made by them but I never felt comfotable wearing it, I am a big guy so for me to be able to bend over and get my back up is like watching a very fat cat lick it's private parts. It just don't look natural.