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.45 M1911 Shoulder Holster M7, Russet Brown

Beautiful reproduction

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(9 Ratings, 6 Reviews) Average Rating:
Beautiful, quality, should last a lifetime
Jay (Las Vegas, NV) 6/3/2017 8:31 AM
I am very very pleased, as always with SARCO, this holster is top-grain leather, excellent tanning. Use liberal amounts of neatsfoot or lanolin leather teatment, rub for hours and it will be soft and smooth like a womans *** and just beautiful leather.
Really red in color
David Prigga (Sistersville, WV) 1/8/2016 5:06 PM
I have wanted one of these holsters for years and finally got one for Christmas. What a disappointment! The color is red, not russet brown. There is nothing brown about it. The product picture doesn't show just how red the color really is. The shoulder strap is pretty short. I'm not a huge guy but I had to make it as long as possible to get it to fit. What a pain it was to adjust. The shoulder strap has tiny little holes that a small leather strip has to fit through and back to secure itself to adjust the length. It took forever to work that strip through those tiny holes, even with a pair of needle nose pliers. So, if you like red, are a smaller, thin guy and have the patience of a saint, this holster may be for you.
Great holster
Blake (Bemidji, MN) 5/2/2014 11:17 PM
Fits my well worn Colt 1911 from 1933 very well after I put the pistol in a thick plastic bag and pushed it into place, and left it overnight. Once I figured out the straps, very comfortable. I'm going to use this carry my Colt under my jacket when out hunting.
Great price amazing product
Qwenton (New york) 2/22/2014 8:03 AM
Recieved holster very quickly and was stiff (but that was to be expected) oiled my up with some neatsfoot oil the color darkened up to my liking and formed to my 1911 perfectly. It's also very comfortable for me.
M7 shoulder holster
richard scheirman (New Orleans, LA) 4/19/2013 8:12 PM
This is a very good value, and appears to meet the milspecs of an original I have from WW2. It appears to have shrunk while in storage, but the application of Neatsfoot oil (NOT linseed oil!) should soften it quickly. I also use wooden models of various pistols for holstermaking, and I am using my 1911 model to stretch this holster out. That way I don't worry about marring the finish on a real pistol. An alternative is to wrap your pistol in a heavy duty plastic bag, apply Neatsfoot oil and push it into place.
Quality Workmanship
Robert Ley (Elizabeth City, NC) 3/23/2013 2:18 PM
I ordered one of these and after sending back the mistery holster that I was shipped,I received the M7. The stiching, snaps, clips and buckles are all top notch the only hitch is the leather in the holster it self was hard as a rock and I couldn't get the 1911 in more than a couple of inches. Curently I am trying to soften it with Lindseed oil, like an old base ball glove. We will see how it comes out. If it softens it will be a great buy for the price.
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