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Old 08-19-2013, 01:08 PM   #11
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Maybe, just maybe, they would like to spend their money on a Texas company, since they are from Texas...
Bingo!!!! Plus the company I was looking at has different color and designs on their Kydex and even though nobody will see it, I want the Texas flag on mine. Oh, and if you could not tell or have never met a true Texan, we are a proud breed.
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Bingo!!!! Plus the company I was looking at has different color and designs on their Kydex and even though nobody will see it, I want the Texas flag on mine. Oh, and if you could not tell or have never met a true Texan, we are a proud breed.
I'm from ohio and bought the "Texan holster". Who would know the craft better than Texas?

Tip - get the horse hide. Handles any persperation better than cowhide.

Best purchase I've made in a long time.
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I'm from ohio and bought the "Texan holster". Who would know the craft better than Texas?

Tip - get the horse hide. Handles any persperation better than cowhide.

Best purchase I've made in a long time.
Thanks. I have a crossbreeds holster that is horsehide. I like it, just think it is perhaps a little over priced and sensationalized.
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Not sure why it needs to be a texas holster but one of the best buys is Old Faithfull's holster kits. 40 bucks . tension adjustable too.
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Maybe, just maybe, they would like to spend their money on a Texas company, since they are from Texas...
Yep, it's basically for the same reason that people buy American.
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