Another plug for Rob @ Simply Rugged...

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Stoots

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So I called Rob on July 24 and placed an order for a Sourdough for my SBH. Told him I was in no hurry at all; to take his time. I also made a request for the number of belt loops. He told me he's at about three to four weeks for delivery. Again, I told him no problem, no rush whatsoever.

Today (only 10 days later) I get a box from him. Inside is the Sourdough, complete with my belt loop request, *and* an ammo holder suprise!

Can't say enough about Rob's workmanship, quality and attention to detail. Here's a couple of pics.

Thanks Rob!



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houser52

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Nice looking holster. Looks comfortable too.
I've been thinking about one of those Simply Rugged holsters for my .41 BH.
Does the holster interfere with the rear sight blade? ie; does it leave leather fuzz on the rear sight whenever you draw?
 

Stoots

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houser52":3m8zh1ia said:
Nice looking holster. Looks comfortable too.
I've been thinking about one of those Simply Rugged holsters for my .41 BH.
Does the holster interfere with the rear sight blade? ie; does it leave leather fuzz on the rear sight whenever you draw?


Very comfortable.

The rear sight just sits in the pancake; I didn't see any fuzz or contact.

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houser52

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After reading all the good reviews from this sight and others, I just placed my order for the Sourdough pancake. Hopefully I'l have it back in a few weeks.
 

reakin

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alukban - how about some info on that machine you are leaning against? Looks like a fun toy.

reakin
 

Frank V

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Boy, I keep hearing about his quality, customer service, & seeing pictures of a very well made holster. I'm going to have to give him a try next time I need a leather holster. Frank
 

alukban

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It's a 1969 Rokon - essentially a 2 wheel drive moto-tractor running on 2-stroke chainsaw engine :)


reakin":2qe183tp said:
alukban - how about some info on that machine you are leaning against? Looks like a fun toy.

reakin
 

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