What to Look For in a Western Cross Draw holster
If you are looking for the perfect Western Crossdraw holster to buy, you are in luck. This is one of the most popular holsters used by the cowboy and law enforcement officer. It's a simple design with an easy to use click or snap together design. The holsters presented here have never been tried with a loaded gun.
holster: CW 110 | western cross-draw holster | draw holster | cross draw | western cross} This western cross draw holster is constructed with a fully leather paddle that extends forward approximately two inches from the front of the body. There is a snap or click side release that locks the paddle into place. The paddle comes with an additional belt loop that you can add on.
This is a great American made tooled leather western holster - rh style. The butt of the holster is constructed out of rubber and is fully adjustable so that it will fit most types of belts. This is a high quality product that is rated western cross draw holster - rh style. The butt of the holster is constructed out of rubber and is fully adjustable so that it will fit most types of belts.
This is the top of the line, high quality American made tooled leather Western Cross draw holster - rh style. The butt of the holster is made out of rubber and is fully adjustable so that it will fit most types of belts. The leather has been treated with an anti bacteria agent to keep it supple. The leather also has been tooled to provide a nice waffle pattern on the outside of the gun holster.
This is the highest rated western cross draw holster available in the gun shop. It has a full detail gun holster. There are gun clips for installation of the pistol grip and belt loops. It will not be damaged if you over load it. The nickel buckles add a nice touch.
This is a very good, high quality holster with all of the features that I have mentioned. The butt of the holster is made out of rubber and is fully adjustable so that it will fit most types of belts. The nickel buckles add a nice touch to this Western Cross draw holster - rh style. Plain brown leather is used for the exterior of the holster, which adds a nice waffle pattern on the outside of the gun holster.
The nickel edges add an attractive feature to this Western Cross Draw Holster. Plain wood handled tooled leather can be found at many gun stores or from online sources. High quality gunsmithing processes give you a tooled leather Western Cross Draw Holster. The tooled leather is then tooled by hand to give you a smooth top grain. This tooled leather is used for the sole purpose of a Western Cross Draw holster, and is one of the best quality tooled leather western cross draw holsters.
One of the best features to look for in a Western Cross Draw Holster is the nickel plating on the butt of the gun holster. nickel plated is a very good finish that does not corrode easily over time, and will hold up well against many uses. It is also extremely durable and will outlast any other butt plate on your gun. These nickel plated tools are also found at many gun stores. The nickel plating can be a light pink or a darker pink color.
The nickel plating is extremely noticeable as seen in the photo. The butt of the Western Cross Draw Holster is made from "tooled leather", which is a very good finish. The leather is flat and has no ridges, and is quite thick compared to other types of Western Cross Draw Holster. This means that the tooled leather will be very durable, last for a long time, and resist stains and burns better than any other type of Western Cross Draw Holster.
As for the rest of the tooled leather, it is completely smooth. The stitching is nice and neat, and there is a hole on the bottom of the tooled leather near the front of the gun. This hole is what allows the gun to be loaded with ammunition. Overall, these are some of the best features to look for when looking for a quality Western Cross Draw holster.
When choosing a holster, it is important to ensure that you get one that is going to be comfortable for carrying. This should be one of the main things that you are looking for in a Western Cross Draw holster. A Western Cross Draw Holster that does not fit comfortably will not last very long. To test out the comfort level of the drawstring, pull the gun out, and then slide it back in. A drawstring that slides easily without a struggle is a good choice. Remember that you will want to make sure that you get a high quality product if you want to put your guns in the Western Cross Draw Holster.