Mauser C96 Kydex “Race” Holster, including Clip Holder – $250
Body: 0.080” “Desert Tan” kydex. Eyelets: #8-9 1/4” brass finish. Belt Loop: BladeTech TEK-LOK on the holster, black-coated spring clips on the clip holder.
Ever wanted to carry, or even compete with, an ergonomically-uncomfortable, low-capacity, hard-to-reload, borderline-antique firearm? Now is your chance!
As seen at the 2014 National Rifle Association Annual Meeting and 2014 Boomershoot, as well as on VolkStudio Blog […]
As I said on the Facebooks and Twitters a few days ago, one of the fun advantages of making your own holsters is the ability to do crazy things you would never actually ask someone else to make for you.
And, sometimes, they work:
Obviously this is not an everyday carry holster, but I contend that neither is that an everyday carry gun (though a friend tells me they are […]
I have, and need, no better excuse than that for this:
What’s that, you say? It looks remarkably like something from some movie or television series you might have seen once upon a time?
I have no idea what you are talking about.
None at all.
In all seriousness, this is far from an every-day carry […]
So I spent most of yesterday blowing the not-insubstantial mass of leaves provided to our not-insubstantial back yard courtesy of the not-insubstantial forest behind our house, and I vacuumed the downstairs this morning (when the cats start sneezing on their own dust bunnies, it is about time to do that); the upshot of all of this is that my right hand has been functionally reduced to a “mewling quim”, to quote the inimitable Loki (look […]
If you have hung around firearm-related weblogs or communities very long, you have probably heard of the CZ-52 (more properly known as the Vz.52) and the TT-33 (or just TT, for Tula, Tokarev); both pistols are typically amongst the first firearms purchased by people who get their Curio and Relic license from the BATFE, which is hardly surprising, given their still-inexpensive-but-slowly-rising prices. Both pistols are functionally interchangeable, at least superficially – […]