Part of the problem that is going on now is that lots of these guys are copywriting or trademarking holsters, and I never know when I make one if somebody is going to end up bitching about copying their design or what. I think it is a gray area, but as long as I dont sell too many, it doesnt matter much. Old traditional designs like the Tom Threepersons even if it is the Meyers pattern is out of trademark. Elmers #5 and those are all off the books. I figger if its in the history books its good to go. The 1930's model of the Texas Ranger Austin pattern holster is good even tho El Paso Leather makes one like it. Some of the designs that I liked that went by the fashion wayside like the Bianchi open front that are not made anymore, I still make for myself.
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