Leather Tooled Holster Ruger SP101 .357 caliber 3″ Barrel Ready to Ship Chestnut

$149.95

Handcrafted 100% leather tooled custom gun holster for a Ruger SP101 .357 caliber Pistol with a 3″ Barrel. The holster is tooled with a poinsettia geometric design. I use high quality English Bridle leather tanned in the USA from Wickett and Craig. The color is chestnut. The edges are beveled and burnished to blend as one piece of leather where joined and the entire holster is sealed. The loop will fit up to a 2″ belt. Other colors are available but have to be custom ordered. This holster is complete and ready to ship.

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Handcrafted 100% leather tooled custom gun holster for a Ruger SP101 .357 caliber Pistol with a 3″ Barrel. The holster is tooled with a poinsettia geometric design. I use high quality English Bridle leather tanned in the USA from Wickett and Craig. The color is chestnut. The edges are beveled and burnished to blend as one piece of leather where joined and the entire holster is sealed. The loop will fit up to a 2″ belt. Other colors are available but have to be custom ordered. This holster is complete and ready to ship. This one ships in 1-2 days.

If you have a different gun, I can custom make a holster for you to fit any model of gun. I have blue guns (plastic models) of many models of guns and for the ones I do not have, I sometimes make a wood model of your gun to insure a perfect fit. I use the same process of making a wood model when I make vacuum formed phone cases.

Message me for custom orders and prices. I can make the tooled and or colored art and customized with initials, Orders must be paid before I start work or put you on the calendar. Custom orders are not returnable.

Contact me for any custom orders or colors. These holsters are made by me in the USA.

–Specs for this case–

Leather: Vegetable tanned English Bridle leather, oiled, chestnut color, with black dyed edge and a water resistant sealer.

At present I only ship to the US (all 50 states) but no APO’s. I try to ship either priority or first class for smaller items.