This is the standard cavalry, artillery and officers holster. The primary holster is
worn on the right side, with the pistol butt facing forward. If a SECOND holster is used, then it is
worn on the left side, also with the pistol butt facing forward.
The .36/.44 holsters will work with any Colt medium or small frame, or Remington 1858
in .44 or .36 cal. The Walker/Dragoon model holsters fit the Colt Walker and Dragoon pistols. The
LeMatt model fits the LeMatt pistol. The Walker/Dragoon and LeMatt models are made on order, please
allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery.
US M1860 Regulation Holster: Made with full flap. Right side, butt forward, with sewn in toe
plug. This holster was used into the Early Indian Wars.
US Non Regulation Holster: Same holster as above, except left side, butt forward.
CS Model Holster, Right Side: Full flap holster that come either US style Plug Bottom
or Sewn Bottom. Closing tab and flap are one piece. Right side, butt forward.
CS Model Holster, Left Side: Same holster as CS Model Right Side, above, except
left side, butt forward.
Saddler Made Pommel Holster: This style is made with two regular hip holsters
with a strap sewn between the holsters to fit over pommel of the saddle. Buckle straps near bottom
of holsters to attach to breast strap. These holsters fit 1858 Remington, Colt 1860 Army, and
Colt 1851 Navy pistols. If we are out-of-stock on these the will be made on order, please allow 4 to
6 weeks for delivery in that case (call if you want us to check out stock).
Officers Pommel Holsters: Officer's Model Double Holster with (or without)
Brass Caps. Made from a pattern in the Smithsonian Institute. These holsters can be made to fit
1849 Walkers; 1st, 2nd and 3rd model Colts, Dragoons and 1860 Army. The holsters have brass bottom
caps, a cartridge pouch under each flap and are made to fit over the pommel of your saddle. They
come complete with straps to secure them to the breast strap, and will last for many years. State
type of pistol used in the comments field when you check out. Made on order, please allow 4 to 6
weeks for delivery.
This REPRODUCTION Leather item is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required). The leather is oiled, except for the White Buff Leather and the Enameled Leather, (usually Neatsfoot Oil) to protect it, but is usually soaked in by the time you receive it (we do not use Neatsfoot Oil Compound as it can damage stitching).
Our Russet Leather Oak Tanned Leather. It is not dyed, it is the natural color from the tanning process. Color will vary with lot. It will darken with age. If you want to speed up the process leave it outdoors in the sun on a hot day. Also the more you oil it the darker it will become. There is a very good article about 1800s russet by David Jarnigan and Ken Knopp at www.jarnaginco.com/fair%20leather.pdf.
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