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#10 Lone Star Holster for Colt Mustang Pocketlite/XSP Pocketlite Polymer, Sig Sauer 238, Springfield 911, and Ruger LCP, LCPII, & LCP MAX.
#10 LONE STAR HOLSTER ONLY: COLT MUSTANG POCKETLITE, RUGER LCP-II, AND BELT NOT INCLUDED.
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In 2022 I released my new Lone Star Holster pattern pack for hobby and professional holster makers. Countless prototypes were engineered until the patterns were just right. This #10 Lone Star holster is a final version appearing on the pattern pack cover (top row, second from right) holding a Colt Mustang Pocketlite. Holster is engineered to ride on a 1 1/2" pant belt at a FBI angle and fit Colt Mustang Pocketlite/XSP Pocketlite Polymer, Sig Sauer 238, Springfield 911, and Ruger LCP, LCPII, & LCP MAX.
The #10 Lone Star Holster has restricted access to the trigger and a dual-release safety strap. Historically, safety straps from this era were snapped on the front of the holster as seen here. This slowed down the draw in an emergency. I've retained the historical look of the holster, but added a second thumb-break release behind the weapon for quicker access to the weapon. This way you get the vintage look of the safety strap with the quick release of the thumb-break. The snap base is encased in the strap to save wear on the weapon's finish.
The Lone Star is styled after holsters made popular by manufacturers in Texas like A.W. Brill, S.D. Myer, and others. Pant belts were coming into fashion to hold up gentlemen's trousers rather than relying on suspenders. Gone were the frontier days when a man needed a whole cartridge belt full of bullets to fight off Comanche, bandits, and rustlers. Texans began thinking of themselves as "cosmopolitan" and only a course rube went about with a hog-leg on his hip. But even gentlemen didn't go out unarmed. This new style of holster concealed even large weapons high on the pant belt hidden under a gentleman's coat. And even in Texas, most disagreements could be resolved with 4-6 bullets.
This #10 Holster is from the Lone Star Pattern Pack cover and is available for $205 plus shipping/insurance.
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