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I got my 3rd holster from Ryan yesterday, another Georgia Snap model. Started using it today and I couldn't be more pleased. The 2nd generation Georgia Snap holster stacks the snaps on the belt loops so it makes the whole thing a bit narrower which is nice.

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Very nice! I'm a big fan of the two holsters that Ryan has made for me.
 
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He does do beautiful work. I'm very proud of the holster I got from him.



 
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I am waiting on exactly the same holster, my 1st one. Not sure how long to go, final payment week ago
Looks great
 
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I am waiting on exactly the same holster, my 1st one. Not sure how long to go, final payment week ago
Looks great


Thanks! Mine was ordered the last week of December. That's probably an extremely busy time since lots of people are ordering for pistols that were gifts I'd think. They're well worth the wait though!
 
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Ryan does great work. Thank you, Mike, for posting this. I've been thinking about another Grizzle for my group, particularly for a 938. Smile



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The GS II is my favorite RGrizzle holster


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Just placed my order for two GS 2's today. And the wait begins. These will be my first RG holsters. From what I have read on this forum and elsewhere, the wait will be worth it.



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I have two of Ryan's SSR's. One for my P938 and one for my CZ 2075 RAMI BD. Just superb workmanship and well worth waiting for.
 
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We are fortunate to have two great holster makers here.

For kydex or hybrid kydex-leather, Dustin Osborn is super.

For all-leather "dress-up" holsters, Ryan Grizzle is top-notch.

Depending on the type holster you need, you would have to search hard to find a better source than one of these two craftsmen.



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The GS II is my favorite RGrizzle holster


I have the GS for my Glock 32 and my Sig P220 Carry. The Sig ended up being a bit too bulky for carry but the G32 has been my EDC since 2009 and I've had this holster since 2012. Been extremely pleased.
 
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Ryan is a true artist and carrying a pistol in one of his holsters is an honor. Here's one of the latest he's made for me: A GS2 and matching magazine pouch for my Walther PPS M2, using the hide from a Cape Buffalo that I shot on safari in Tanzania several years ago.



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Ryan is a true artist and carrying a pistol in one of his holsters is an honor. Here's one of the latest he's made for me: A GS2 and matching magazine pouch for my Walther PPS M2, using the hide from a Cape Buffalo that I shot on safari in Tanzania several years ago.



That's both gorgeous and meaningful. Good for you!

Hey, if you don't mind, what sights are you running on that PPS M2? I have the stock phosphorescents from the LE package and haven't gotten around to replacing with trits yet.
 
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I just received my first Grizzle holster. T&C 2 for my 649. What a work of art. More to come. Thanks Ryan!

 
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Ryan is a true artist and carrying a pistol in one of his holsters is an honor. Here's one of the latest he's made for me: A GS2 and matching magazine pouch for my Walther PPS M2, using the hide from a Cape Buffalo that I shot on safari in Tanzania several years ago.



That's both gorgeous and meaningful. Good for you!

Hey, if you don't mind, what sights are you running on that PPS M2? I have the stock phosphorescents from the LE package and haven't gotten around to replacing with trits yet.


Sorry for the delayed response (dealing with a family illness issue). Like most of my carry pistols, my Walther PPS M2 has Trijicon HD sights (orange fronts).


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