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    Old Longhorn Holster?

    I saw an old Longhorn shoulder holster in a thrift store. Its a Model 60-22. Does anyone know of it? My Google-fu seems to be lacking.

    By sight, it looks about right for a 3 J-frame.
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    Not even close. I may swing by there and buy it for S&Gs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie B View Post
    Not even close. I may swing by there and buy it for S&Gs.
    After you buy the holster and find nothing you now own fits, that's a perfect excuse to buy a gun that fits.

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    I went back and bought it. For all of six clams, it was worth a shot:

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    My cat was immediately interested in the rawhide laces.

    It's too small for a K-frame snubbie, by far. There is a cutout on the side of the holster that may be for adjustable sights. I'll have to see if a 3" J fits. Or maybe it's for a smallish auto? I can't really tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie B View Post
    I went back and bought it. For all of six clams, it was worth a shot:

    Name:  60-22 w chip.jpg
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    My cat was immediately interested in the rawhide laces.

    It's too small for a K-frame snubbie, by far. There is a cutout on the side of the holster that may be for adjustable sights. I'll have to see if a 3" J fits. Or maybe it's for a smallish auto? I can't really tell.
    Looking at the size and where that cut-out lies, I'd think maybe smaller Colt, J-frame, or even I frame revolver.
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    You might try asking Red Nichols about it. He might know.

    https://www.holsterguys.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAM Engineer View Post
    You might try asking Red Nichols about it. He might know.

    https://www.holsterguys.com/
    I'll have to see if he gets over what happened earlier today, for he seems to have gone dark.
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    I was wrong, it does fit a snubbie K. Now, I need to replace the elastic back strap. I may mask up and hit a craft store.
    Last edited by Stephanie B; 01-05-2021 at 11:23 AM.
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    I would hit up @Dagga Boy. All I found on a quick search was some ebay photos.
    I just kinda felt like shootin' somebody, Matt, and he was making hisself awful handy.

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