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Sam Myres died before Ruger came up with it's diminutive little Bearcat. It took Ruger even longer to come up with a version with moveable sights. We knew that when they did, the Threepersons holster would be a fitting match for that revolver. Our version is carved with a Myres inspired floral. We hope Sam would have approved.
$300.00 (revolver not included)
Left-Hand T. Rex for Colt Mustang, Gov't .380 or Kimber Micro
One of the sneakier holsters we do is this T-Rex. Think a shoulder holster carrying system without a harness. The 2 belt loops hold the holster in waistband while the holster portion rides above the belt line against your ribs. The entire system can hide under a loose-fitting shirt or heavy t-shirt or sweatshirt. This one is left handed and rakes the gun slightly forward into the hand. It is shown with a Colt Gov't .380. That's a bit long for the holster whichis set up to exactly fit the Colt Mustang or Pony or the Kimber Micro, but it works. This one is Havana in color and has brass appointments.
$205.00 (pistol not included)
Mexican Loop Crossdraw
The Mexican loop style holsters have proven very popular for us. This one is set up for a 3-1/2" Cimarron Lightning or a Taylor's Stallion. Those are the 3/4 sized Single Actions in their respective catalogues. This one is in Havana with an Eberle and JW border. It is raked into a very comfortable crossdraw. There is a toe plug and hammer thong retention. It will fit up to a 2-1/2" belt.
$255.00 (revolver not included)
This is the last of our sample cuffs. We will no longer be making them. This pair is British Tan in color with a chocolate laced scorpion and borderstamping. They are sized to fit a 7' wrist and measure about 12" about 5"' up the forearm. These measurements are WITH A LONG-SLEEVED SHIRT ON! They are a snap-on style.
Glock 42 Pocket Mag
The easiest way to tote a spare magazine for your favorite carry pistol is to simply slip the spare into a pocket -- where the feed lips and your cartridges get beat up by all the other junk in your pockets. While this little mag pouch won't keep all th pocket lint out, it will keep the mag from dings and bumps. It is designed to stay upright in a pocket defeating the tendency for small mags to turn in every conceavable position except one that will allow you to access it under dire need.
The exterior is roughout and the interior smooth.
$40.00 (mag not included)
.38 Special/.357 Belt Slide
Sometimes the old ways are still the best. This 6 round slide is a great way to carry a few spare rounds on a belt.While not as quick as a speedloader, it doesn't have the bulk either. It takes up little space on a belt and is very low profile. This one is made to fit very snug on a 1-1/2" belt.
$80.00 (cartridges not included)
Walther PPK Stryker
The .380 platform has gained considerable momentum over the past decade or so. The Walther PPK holsters are a much requested item from us so we figured it might be high time to just make one up purely on spec. This is our compact Stryker holster. There is a single tunnel loop in back. It is a comfortable little high rider which give good concealabity. The tooling pattern is one of our classic basketstamps with a Repeating 9's and Snakehead Meander border. It fits a 1-1/2" belt
$220.00 (pistol not included)
Web Cartridge Belt
Web belts were pretty standard at the turn of the last century. We like them! Most are a single layer so, naturally we wondered what would happen if we doubled up on the webbing.It is not surprise that it makes for a very stable belt without sacrificing comfort. This one has 25 .44 or .45 cartridge loops on it and has leather billets, Havana in color with a basketstamp. The buckle is solid brass. If the buckle is included in the measurements, the belt fits a 39-1/4" hip or waist. It is 2' wide with a 1-1/4" taper.
Carved Billet Web Belt
The jury is out on which is the better belt, a doubled web as above or a single. The singles are lighter so have some merit in that direction. They are a bit stretchier than their doubled counterpart but carry a firearm -- even a reasonably heavy one -- with no problems. This one has full-carved billets and has no cartridge loops. It is 2" wide tapered to 1-1/2" and is 45" measured with the buckle.
Black Taper Belt
This belt is plain black with a rather nice but not over-the-top expensive buckle. It is 1-1/2" wide tapering to 1" with a buckle- included measurement of 38-1/2". It is dressy enough for a night out and tough enough for everyday wear in a pair of jeans. It is doubled and stitched and will carry the weight of a revolver or 1911 without issue.
Shark Dress Belt
This is a lovely belt. At 1st glance, it has the appearance of a Ranger belt. It is actually a taper. The assembly allows us to make longer belts than the skin would normally allow us to do. This is a very dressy looking belt, 1-1/4" wide tapering to 1". It is 42-1/2" long which includes the buckle in the measurement. The belt currently is equipped with an antique brass buckle. Please feel free to ask for bright brass, nickel or matte nickel. Substitutions on hardware doesn't faze us.
Hamley Shoulder Rig
The Old Cop style has been around for a very long time. It has been somewhat superceeded by the more modular style of the Spyder rigs, but that does not mean it is without merit. It is a solid platform for a revolver in the field or for personal carry. It is low profile and minimalist. And ever so cool particularly if you lean toward retro. This one is done in our much-favored Hamley geometric. It is sized for a Colt SAA 3-1/2".
$365.00 (Revolver not included)
Hacker's Delight Brass Pouch
Picking up brass from the ground or floor of your favorite shooting spot seems to have become one of the great participation sports of the decade. If you are like us here at Purdy Gear, there are never enough convenient places to stash the stuff when you are far away from a convenient loading bench. This is a solution. The rat tail slips in behind a belt, the entire thing unfurls into a convenient little pouch for all the brass you might want to dump in it. Click on the photo for the unfurled photo. We think you'll like it!
Oh...and we call this a Hacker's Delight because the pattern sorta looks like a stacked series of wi-fi signals. It seems appropriate for the times!
Single Flapped Mag Pouch
Sometimes an open top mag pouch is not a great idea. If you spend a lot of time rolling around under farm equipment or on an ATV, the chance of loss or of dinging up a magazine can be more of a certainty than not. The flap also offers a bit more discretion in town, looking more like a knife sheath than something more threatening. This one is designed to carry a standard length 7 or 8 round mag without bumpers. It will fit up to a 1-3/4' belt.
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