Review of my Longballer71 IWB holster


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Old 08-07-2012, 09:00 PM   #1
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Ok I orderd a IWB holster from our friend longballer71, and got it about a week ago! I wanted to wear it for around a week to get a feel for it before writting this review. When I first got it it in the mail, the first thing that struck me was the quality of the leather and the stiching. This holster is very top quality! Also the shape and pattern of the holster makes it look very good and also serves as making the holster very comfortable.

This holster is made for a government size 1911, and is now my favorite way to carry a 1911. I have other IWB hilsters for my 1911, including a crossbreed. But this new holster is now my favorite, and thats not taking away from my other holsters. It's just that this holster from longballer is really comfortable! I can wear it standing or sitting for long periods of time without any discomfort. I am 6' 2" at 240 pounds, and I can wear a 1911 in this rig with no problems of comfort or any issue with printing. For the most part I wear jeans or cargo shorts with a button up short sleeve.

In closing I would like to suggest and recommend a holster from longballer, if your in the market you will be hard pressed to find a holster of better quality, finish or function.



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