I bought one of Michael’s first holsters, wear it several times a week, adn I cannot find a mark or worn spot on it.
The othe holsters, including the one for the N Fram Smiths, are equally pristine. They look quality – and generally get an appreciative smile from normally suspicious Police Officers when it is too much trouble to undress to fill up the gas tank.
I am also wearing one of Michael’s belts, which the liner of which a good dose of saddle soap and elbow grease but is going on several years of abusive use.
Now, contemplating a gun purchase, I clicked on the link on the right, and – my word! That appears to be a fine leather sporran. While the pipes have a name for bad music at funerals, they sound pretty good when someone plays a chun on one. I am tempted to dig out the pipes and see how much I have forgotten.
hey, i9f you need a holster or related leather item, here’s the link. Top quality artisan built work is never cheap – but replacing a belt or holster every few months is not cheap either.
And, like all the product links here at the Alley, I bought the products with my own money, paid full price, and I’m happy. And happy to say so.