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Monday, January 9, 2017

From the divinely gifted heart, soul, and hands of Matt Del Fatti


(photo by Matt Del Fatti)

Treasures from a storied master artisan

Above is a brace of bespoke holsters for my Magnum J-Frame revolvers; one is an outside the waistband (OWB) holster (Del Fatti LPS) and the other is an inside the waistband (IWB) holster (Del Fatti ISP-LP).  Each holster is intended primarily for use at the same location, just behind my right hip.  Most of the time the OWB will be my “practice at the range holster" because some ranges are militantly against IWB holster practice.  The IWB will be an all day long carry holster.  With proper attire, the OWB can also serve as an exquisite concealed-carry.  

Also shown is a pair of .38/.357 speed strip carriers (Del Fatti SSC).



It's a shame to keep most of this holster hidden inside my pants next to my 50-shades-of-gray briefs.

Yeah, I'm just a short barrel kind of guy.  We all can't be Dirty Harry ... or Anthony Wiener.



I'll need a new suit to go with this holster ...

Quality OWB holsters for short barrel handguns may often require no more concealment than that provided by normal attire during fall, winter, and spring.  I have a couple of shooting vests that will serve during range sessions.  I'll see if my "dumpy fat old man" Hawaiian shirts will work during summer, otherwise then it's time for IWB ...








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