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Thread: Tagua Gunleather

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    Tagua Gunleather

    I bought a Tagua Holster for under $40 at my local gun shop and very happy with it. It seems to be good cowhide leather. It holds the gun really close to my body and it conceals well under a polo shirt un tucked. Over all, I am very satisfied with it.
    http://www.taguagunleather.com/open-...holster-2.html

  2. #2
    Join Date
    12th June 2009
    Location
    NYS
    Posts
    118
    Their web site doesen't say if their holsters are lined or un lined ?

  3. #3
    Well, I am glad you like it. My local shop sells them very cheap. I bought one for an HK USPc at 1/2 price last year. Worst holster I ever bought. I'd never buy another, personally.

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck
    Well, I am glad you like it. My local shop sells them very cheap. I bought one for an HK USPc at 1/2 price last year. Worst holster I ever bought. I'd never buy another, personally.
    why do you say the worst holster you ever bought?

  5. #5
    Join Date
    31st August 2008
    Location
    Huntsville, AL
    Posts
    657
    I'm still trying to figure out how their inside the waist holsters can actually fit there...

    http://www.taguagunleather.com/insid...lster-35.html#
    John Harrison Springfield Lightweight Gov't
    1991 Colt Commander Stainless
    Colt New Agent
    Various assortment of Ruger single action and Smith double action revolvers, and a Glock 19

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by Hammerdown
    I'm still trying to figure out how their inside the waist holsters can actually fit there...

    http://www.taguagunleather.com/insid...lster-35.html#
    It is inside the waist, not inside the pants. I know they should make more clear.

  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by junior-colt
    why do you say the worst holster you ever bought?

    It was a belt holster - and the top edge of the thumb strap was shaped weird - it stuck me in my side - right up into the edge of where my ribs were. I tried to adjust it, but it wouldn't change.

    Worst holster I ever bought.

  8. #8
    Join Date
    2nd October 2006
    Location
    Weeki Wachee, Fl
    Posts
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    I've got a couple, because I couldn't find a name brand leather holster to fit the specific pistols:

    S&W Mod 60 3" barrel; found one pancake holster of this brand marked 2 1/4" that would fit. Another marked 2 1/2" was shorter. In this instance; poor QC was a good thing.

    S&W M&P9 4 1/4" barrel; found one pancake holster made for a glock 17 or 21 (can't remember which) that fit the M&P very well. I'd tried other brands for glocks previously, and none would fit.

    I also bought an IWB in this brand for a 5" 1911. It fit the pistol well, but after using; it was apparent that the clip was just painted mild, not spring, steel. When removed the clip stayed spread, instead of springing back to it's original, closed position.

    My Brommelland and Galco holsters are of obviously much higher quality.

    Take care,

    Rick
    Last edited by Rick McC.; 15th September 2009 at 12:21.


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