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Do we know a leather worker who would custom
Do a shoulder holster for me. I would want to be measured etc. sig 365xl.

Please email me if anyone has recommendations.


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I’m not sure what you mean by a “custom shoulder holster”. I have an Alessi “Bodyguard” horizontal shoulder rig. A very long strap with lots of holes that provide for adjustment to your body size. And to adjust the angle and drop of the holster and the off-side dual mag pouch. A removable hold-down strap on the mag pouch. I found it unnecessary, so did remove it. After I got all adjusted to my satisfaction I trimmed the straps. Several color choices. Lefty or righty.

Very pleased with the rig. The straps are broad over the shoulders for comfort, and there’s no dangle when I lean forward.

Alessi stated a three month delivery time, but mine came in three weeks.



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As each holster design is unique to that maker, I don't think a custom measurement would help. I do think that a stock holster could be fitted to you, and the excess strap material cut off. To finish the look, a leathersmith would use a rounding roller to burnish the cut edges smooth.


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Originally posted by 4MUL8R:
As each holster design is unique to that maker, I don't think a custom measurement would help. I do think that a stock holster could be fitted to you, and the excess strap material cut off. To finish the look, a leathersmith would use a rounding roller to burnish the cut edges smooth.


Where to find a leathersmith willing to do the project? Also, god speed in Virginia next year.


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