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Pictures just don't do justice to these fine holsters. Many thanks Chuck and pleasure meeting you. I hope soon to do business with you again.
 

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Re: Zookeeper Delivers Again (Part Deux)

WOW :shock: Nice work Chuck !

Great choices there Moga :righton:
 

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Re: Zookeeper Delivers Again (Part Deux)

Oh no, I'm an equal opportunity employer! There is a place in my stable for both Glocks and 1911s :wink:
 

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I can't get over how great the stitching is Chuck. Your holster is the most comfortable I've ever worn! Hopefully I can talk my fiance into letting me get another one from you. :lol:

I'll have to get one for one of my Glocks next time.
 

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I wore the top rig for the first time today out to dinner. Very impressed by the quality and ride/comfort of wearing the gun. I can't really discuss how well it conceals as I wore my CB leather loud and proud, but judging by how close it fits to the body, I'm sure it would also serve that role well. Thanks again for a great holster zookeper.
 

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yo moga, do you think you could comfortably wear that with a cross-draw? I was fooling around with a couple of my holsters a few days ago and found out that cross-draw is very comfortable, especially when sitting down. And snap on/snap off is very appealing, too.
can you plz pm his contact info to me? thx.......Jimmy
 

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jre,

Zookeeper posted in this topic. It is about 5 posts above yours. You can contact him through his post by clicking the PM button in that post.
 

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New CB leather for the XDm.



I've never worn a holster with a snap. I thought it may take some time getting used to it. Thanks to a good holster design, unsnapping and drawing isn't nearly the hindrance that I envisioned.

The pictures don't do this set justice folks. It is a very, very sharp setup that makes it easy to carry or conceal a full sized gun with two reloads.

Thanks again Zoo. Keep up the great work.
 

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jreXD9 said:
yo moga, do you think you could comfortably wear that with a cross-draw? I was fooling around with a couple of my holsters a few days ago and found out that cross-draw is very comfortable, especially when sitting down. And snap on/snap off is very appealing, too.
can you plz pm his contact info to me? thx.......Jimmy
Jimmy, sorry I missed your question until now.

I don't think I could. Considering the cant of the holster, the stiffness of the leather and how its now molded for 3PM strong-side carry, and the additional cushion I have around the midriff, I don't think it would be very comfortable. Perhaps someone twenty pounds lighter could pull it off with a newly constructed holster.

The holster's creator, zookeper, has contributed to this thread. He responds to PM.
 
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