Small Cases and Bags
When pockets get full or it is inadviseable, inappropriate or impossible to carry what is needed in a pocket, one must resort to a bag or case of some sort. We have a good assortment of cases, some specialized and some not to take care of your needs. We are also equipped to make custom cases for whatever you need to tote or protect. Please cruise the Large Cases and Bags section for carrying objects too big for the cases shown here.
GMac's Rattail Pouch
Square Rattail Pouch
Someone once told us they though this pouch was handier 'n a shirt pocket. The rattail is actually an extended, free-floating belt loop. Instead of fixing it on a belt, you slide it in behind you belt or into your waistband. It is particularly useful on belts wider than 1-3/4" where no spring clips is long enough to work. Your body and the belt tension the pouch in place but allow quick and easy removal. The concho at the bottom serves as a bit of bling and, more importantly, as a detente that keeps things from sliding off by accident.
Barry's Rattail Pouch
Round Rattail Pouch
Round-bottom Rattail Pouch
Running S with Bugle and Half Berry Border
If you look at the "tail" on this bag, you will see that the bag portion is smaller than that on the square pouches shown above. This is indeed a smaller bag, but still very useful as a cartridge bag for the loading table at a SASS event or for a day of plinking with a .22.
Celtic Twist and Eberle Border
As you might suspect, we tend to enjoy cruising history. Pictures and documentation offer us not only historical references but challenges as well. This little bag with its pointed bottom has a diabolical little twist required in getting the gusset correct. It is a very ineteresting and beautiful bag.
Roy's Belt Bag
Small Square Belt Pouch
Huntington Leaf Floral
This is a companion pouch to Roy's Field Holster (Double Action Section). It is a small bag, about an inch smaller than our standard, square Rattail pouches. (It is sized proportionally to our round-bottom bag. ) This one has a fixed belt loop, but can be rattailed or equipped with a clip as desired.
It is an ideal pouch for a day of plinking, the reloading table or for carrying a small First Aid kit or other small objects like matches, firestarter, a spare knife, small light and so on.
Ennis Cap Pouch
Meanea Bronc Rein Border
This is our smallest pouch. We patterned it along the lines of the cap pouches of the Civil War era. This is the style with a stitched gusset. We also make it with a formed gusset and optional scalloped, more civilian-style flap. All are historically correct with a shearling piece and nipple pick holder inside as well as an inner protective flap.
Roughout Cap Box
Light Mahogany on Natural Roughout
Huntington Leaf Floral
This is a cap box style pouch loosely based on the historical ones. It does not have an inner flap nor the shearling or nipple pick. Instead, it was designed for carrying loose cartridges. It will hold well over 100 .22 rounds with ease. The round bottom makes it easy to retrieve rounds for a day of plinking. It can be had in smooth leather if desired and to match any pattern we make.
Cigar Day Case
Cigar Day Case
Stohlman Flower Scroll
Okay..... not an actual accessory for shooting, but we had to put these somewhere.
Large Prospector's Poke
British Tan, Saddle Tan & Black
We have been making these pouches for a very, very long time. They are modeled on an old pouch style that the banks used to give away to miners to hold nuggets and gold dust. That may be a bit of a stretch for most of us today, but that does not mean they have no current use. We are astounded by the uses paople have put these to. This size and the smaller size we also offer make great ball bags for flintlock and cap and ball era firearms. They are a good way to pack loose ammo in a pocket for convenience and a lack of give-away rattling. Coin pouches for toll booths, jewelry pouches for travel, even marble bags... you name it.
British Tan & Burgundy
Large Poke with Teardrop Ears
Spade Leaf (left) and Scroll (Right)
As stocking stuffers go, we have never seen one of these snubbed. Folks like the bit of tooling on the ears. It sets the poke off as being theirs -- whether floral carved, borde stamped or with just an initial. We show them fluffed out as though they are filled. Flat, they have the same shape as the plain pokes in the photo above.
Carved Business Card Case
Narrow Tab Business Card Case
Spade Leaf Floral
Whether you are a "Have Gun Will Travel" sort or have a different professional identity, the need for a business card case seems to be a constant one for the modern era. We offer them in 2 styles, one for carved and one for stamped. Depending on card stock, each will comfortably hold between 15 and 20 business cards. These are wonderful gifts and truly make a lasting impression on both clients and colleagues.
Stamped Business Card Case
Large Tab Business Card CAse
Hawk Stomp Center with Small Running W and Harp Border
We designed flap on this business card as an alternative to the narrower tabbed version above. The wider tab simply seems to look nicer when a border pattern or geometric is used. Both cases have the same overall dimensions and the same capacity.
Double Shuffle Border
This is a serious gun holster for those times when carrying openly is indiscreet or for when summer clothing or circumstance mean you cannot properly conceal a holstered firearm. These are made for small pistols. There is no one-size-fits-everything model. They are specific to your firearm. If you have 2 guns you wish to carry at different times, call us and tell us what you are carrying. We will make it for the larger one so you can get double duty. This one is sized for the Rohrbaugh or the Colt Mustang.
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