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dwayne cassius pride’s holster and dragon leatherworks

As some of you may have seen last night, it looks like NCIS may or may not be spinning off to a new story location; namely, New Orleans.  In any case, the Big Easy’s branch of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service is apparently headed by Dwayne Cassius Pride, who goes by “King”, and who happens to be played by none other than Scott Bakula – you know, Quantum Leap, Chuck, and some Star Trek thing that I heard never really existed.  It would appear as though Mr. King has a particular… style… best represented, perhaps, by his holster, which received a full-frame, nearly-five-second spot during the first of his two, possibly pilot episodes: 


Green “Afghan Brown”-dyed crocodile, oxblood leather, all holding a Sig 228 and made by – you guessed it – Dragon Leatherworks

Here it is in all its glory before it got shipped off to the prop department: 


So if you want a holster just like the one Agent King wears on NCIS, call up Dragon Leatherworks and ask for the “Valkyrie”.  Just remember that the paddle is supposed to go inside both your pants and your belt; it looks like Scott might have missed that memo. 

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