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I just purchased a couple holsters from Brommeland Gunleather for my Wlther PPS Classic. I have purchased several of his holsters over the years and like them quite a bit. While we were talking, he mentioned some pieces he has in stock (of which he usually NEVER has), so I though someone here on SF might be able to use one of these. I have no affiliation with this shop, and these are not mine. I have no dog in this hunt. Here is the list

Max-Con V Right Hand Service Grade Natural Finish (Rough Out front panel/ Smooth Out back panel) For a Railed 4" 1911. Will work with or without Crimson Trace Grips. First Quality. $119.95 W/ Free Shipping.

Max-Con V Right Hand Service Grade Natural Finish (Smooth Out all around) S&W M&P 2.0 Compact 9mm/.40 S&W models. Has a minor cosmetic blem (dark spot in finish) otherwise is perfect! Will work with or without thumb safety. $99.95 w/Free Shipping.

Max-Con V Right Hand Service Grade Black for a Glock 19/23/32 (Gens I thru 4) Has cosmetic issue with leather that will not affect function. $99.95 W/Free Shipping.

Max-Con V Right Hand Presentation Grade Black for a Glock 19/23/32 (Gens I thru 4). First quality $199.95 W/ Free shipping.

Def-Con Presentation Grade Right Hand Black for S&W M&P 2.0 Compact 9mm/.40 S&W models. This holster will NOT work with pistols having a thumb safety. Gorgeous holster, first quality. Very nice. $179.95 W/Free Shipping.

brommelandgunleather.com


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He does some beautiful work. I check his site regularly for 'in stock' holsters, but have never seen any. I wish that 1911 holster was for a no rail pistol.


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He does some beautiful work. I check his site regularly for 'in stock' holsters, but have never seen any. I wish that 1911 holster was for a no rail pistol.


I got my first gear from him in 2003, I've been a customer ever since. I should do a review when I get the holsters for my PPS. He is a very talented guy.

Im not sure if these items are even on his web site yet.


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Originally posted by az4783054:
He does some beautiful work. I check his site regularly for 'in stock' holsters, but have never seen any. I wish that 1911 holster was for a no rail pistol.


I got my first gear from him in 2003, I've been a customer ever since. I should do a review when I get the holsters for my PPS. He is a very talented guy.

Im not sure if these items are even on his web site yet.


I checked after my reply. Nothing is listed on his 'in stock' page.


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My favorite IWB holster is the Brommeland Max Con V.
 
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Originally posted by Nick:
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Originally posted by az4783054:
He does some beautiful work. I check his site regularly for 'in stock' holsters, but have never seen any. I wish that 1911 holster was for a no rail pistol.


I got my first gear from him in 2003, I've been a customer ever since. I should do a review when I get the holsters for my PPS. He is a very talented guy.

Im not sure if these items are even on his web site yet.


I checked after my reply. Nothing is listed on his 'in stock' page.


I spoke with Gary; these are not on his web site yet, but are available.


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Originally posted by az4783054:
He does some beautiful work. I check his site regularly for 'in stock' holsters, but have never seen any. I wish that 1911 holster was for a no rail pistol.


I got my first gear from him in 2003, I've been a customer ever since. I should do a review when I get the holsters for my PPS. He is a very talented guy.

Im not sure if these items are even on his web site yet.


I checked after my reply. Nothing is listed on his 'in stock' page.


az4783054, I've got a Max-con for a commander length. Not sure if it's standard grade or not. Looking at pics online, it may be presentation grade. I bought it used and have not used it for carry. I have 1.5 and 1.75 belt loops. Black with only minor scuffs. Would be happy to sell.


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If AZ passes, I might be interested...
 
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Thank you muzzleloader, I'll defer to RogueJSK.


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Rogue, does $125 delivered sound OK? I'd accept personal check and ship when I receive the check. If you don't like the condition I'll take it back.


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