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Barsony Holsters

The Trickster

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Oldmountainman

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I'm looking to go with a leather rig for OC and even CC and I came across this Barsony holster and dual mag. holder for my Glock 21:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/400438213677?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT

I like everything about it but am always leery about ordering something like this without actually inspecting it in person. Has anyone used Barsony products and if so, what are your thoughts about them?

Thank you.
I ordered a shoulder rig from them one time , it was well made but I had never worn shoulder rig before and didn't like it !! They took it back with no problems!! From my experience they are a good company to deal with !!
 

The Trickster

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I ordered a shoulder rig from them one time , it was well made but I had never worn shoulder rig before and didn't like it !! They took it back with no problems!! From my experience they are a good company to deal with !!

Good to know they have strong customer service - thanks.
 

WalkingWolf

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Keep in mind the leather for these holsters is chrome tanned, not veg tanned. This is OK as no handgun should ever be stored in a holster, all skin has some salts in them. But chrome tanned uses chromium salts for the tanning process, long term storage could ruin a gun's finish. I use chrome tanned leather for holsters, but I use boiling water for wet molding, and then the holsters are sealed with either acrylic or hot wax. The water removes some of the salts, and the sealing process better protects the holster and the gun.
 
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