Nice for the price. Sturdy, well made, nice stitching, concealable and secure.
Someone here on the forum suggested Winthrop leather when I began searching for a holster for my Sig P250sc. This was a good choice for me. It was tight, I followed the manufacturer's instructions and wrapped one of my P250sc pistols in the plastic shipping bag; then inserted it in the holster and let the gun sit for a week.
I should of ordered one for my Sig P232 as well.
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Agree... I have 4 WL holsters. All good quality and priced right. Fast shipping and great phone service too.
End of Earth: 2 Miles
Upper Peninsula: 4 Miles
Being an "Old Fart", I dislike Kydex I want and use Leather. Have 4 Winthrop Holsters and just got their belt. The first holster I got from them they had to do up for Me. Talked to them and No problem said it might take 10 day's, I had it in 5 day's, helped being in Southwest Michigan they are in Cleveland, Ohio aera. Great People. Bill
Thanks to you guys I decided to order a holster from them on Thursday. Needed something simple. Sucks to pay tax but it's arriving today. Always happy to support businesses local to me.
Not minority enough!
Thanks for the review – glad that you like it. It's similar to my Mitch Rosen 5JR full belt slide holster, which is a bit pricey at $145. I used the "Leather Lightning" lubricant that Mitch sells for break-in. This "Full Detail" model allowed me to specify belt slot length:
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This thread caught my interest.
To date, the only thing I can say about Winthrop holsters is, they are not real good about responding to email. In fact, my experience indicates that they are really, really, bad at this.
A mind is a terrible thing.
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