It is manufactured, in a BROWN BASKETWEAVE finish. This holster is wet molded from a high quality leather. It is welted in the seam. A full flap seals with a chromed snap over your gun for full protection. It slides over your belt up to 3" wide.
This holster has several unusual and very neat features.
The basketweave finish has little stars separating the weave...a pattern I have not seen before
It has a fullsoft leather lining, probably Chamois, which was popular a couple of generations ago.
It has a rear sight protector in a very nice design which is actually covered by the lining.
There is a leg tie down loop, not punched holed, and that loop is leather and incorporated into the manufacture of the toe of the holster.
The belt loop has rawhide lacing on the back side to seal it, and I suppose too you could adjust the loop size by relacing it.
These are some very unique features, some I have never seen before.
WHAT IT FITS
The holster is not marked at all
Trial & Error shows this will best fit Medium Framed, hand ejector or shorter lug revolvers with up to a 6" barrel.
Models I tried that fit
SMITH & WESSON K Models 10 12 M&P 6" and similar with shorter lug and standard barrel.
COLT Army Special 38 6" and similar I Frame
COLT Official Police 6"
I have shown it with a S&W 10 and COLT Army Special not included.
Other similar framed guns may also fit, please check you applications and make sure this is right for you.
This is a CLOSED muzzle holster.
RIGHT HAND DRAW
The holster used and in VERY GOOD Condition. It is complete & fully intact, original and not altered.
The leather is flexible and alive, minor even wear, mostly at the highest points.
Some dark spotting scattered about from age and use.
The lining is intact, holster marks, but no tears or rips.
Solid belt loop, nice luster, leg tie loop has minimal wear.
There is no weakness, or loose stitching
If you own a vintage gun and want the correct holster for it, in the correct vintage, or just prefer a nice field holster for your modern gun, this may be the one for you.
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