Triple K #610 & 100 – Circa 1890 Western Holster & Leather Pistol Cartridge Belt Rig
Authentic Western design. The Circa 1890 Western Holster can be worn on a straight belt, through the slot on a drop belt, or cross-draw. Features two heavy-duty snaps allowing the holster to be changed quickly from a drop belt to a straight belt. Two diagonal leather straps on the back allow this holster to be worn as a cross-draw holster on straight belts. (Does not work on #110 "drop" style belt in the crossdraw position). Includes a leg tie-down for faster draws and a hammer tie-down so you don't lose that six-gun.
This leather holster is custom cut, sewn, and wet molded to fit specific gun models and barrel lengths. Sample pictures are representative of this holster; your's may vary.
Made of heavy saddle leather, the #100 Leather Pistol Cartridge Belt is a straight belt has a very authentic design for those gunslingers who want to look period correct for 1850's to 1890's. This is what the regular, cash-poor Cowboy would be wearing instead of a fancy drop belt. This belt is 2" wide tapered to 1.5" at the closing by way of a Western style buckle. Holds 25 cartridges or can be ordered without loops.
The measurements below are NOT waist sizes.
They are the measurements the belts actually buckle out to, measured from about the middle of the buckle's pin to the holes. Please measure on your body where you will be wearing the belt, that is, over top of a trouser belt, around the hips, etc., and use that measurement when ordering. Please do not order based on your waist size as it is it very likely you will receive the wrong size belt.
This holster is made for a variety of guns. Use the dropdowns below to see if it is offered for your gun.