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Postby banshee386 » Wed Aug 01, 2012 9:45 pm

Do you own a gun and want to carry it concealed but don't have a holster or just don't know what kind you should get . We at carry solutions can help we make holsters for any model gun whether it be Glock, S&W ,Ruger , Taurus it don't matter we'll have ya carrying in no time . So check us out at http://www.csholsters.com and also like us on facebook
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Re: Cs holsters

Postby NavyChief » Thu Aug 02, 2012 5:55 am

Welcome, Chris. Peruse the rest of the forums - there's a lot of information to be gleaned, and quite likely some areas you can share what you know.
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Re: Cs holsters

Postby Cruiser » Thu Aug 02, 2012 7:02 am

NavyChief wrote:Welcome, Chris. Peruse the rest of the forums - there's a lot of information to be gleaned, and quite likely some areas you can share what you know.

And of course your being a businessman you know how important location is! Filling out your Profile Location may help get you some business.
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Postby jabeatty » Thu Aug 02, 2012 6:41 pm

Cruiser wrote:Filling out your Profile Location may help get you some business.

Correcting the grammar and punctuation errors on your website might also help. :)
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Re: Cs holsters

Postby banshee386 » Thu Aug 02, 2012 7:53 pm

jabeatty wrote:
Cruiser wrote:Filling out your Profile Location may help get you some business.

Correcting the grammar and punctuation errors on your website might also help. :)


working on that now :D just takeing a while for it to update
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Re: Cs holsters

Postby NavyChief » Fri Aug 03, 2012 5:57 am

Drat - now I see you're in Toledo - I was hoping you'd be in the Dayton area. I've got one that I almost guarantee you won't have a mold for. Oh well.
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Re: Cs holsters

Postby banshee386 » Fri Aug 03, 2012 9:22 am

NavyChief wrote:Drat - now I see you're in Toledo - I was hoping you'd be in the Dayton area. I've got one that I almost guarantee you won't have a mold for. Oh well.

Well what kind you got ?
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Re: Cs holsters

Postby NavyChief » Sun Aug 05, 2012 5:29 am

Ahh - a S&W 3913LS. The "LS" (or in some even rarer instances "NL") designation is what generally screws things up.
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Re: Cs holsters

Postby Brian D. » Sun Aug 05, 2012 6:44 am

NavyChief wrote:Ahh - a S&W 3913LS. The "LS" (or in some even rarer instances "NL") designation is what generally screws things up.



For holster purposes how much different are the contours of that gun from a regular ol' Model 3913, 3906, 639, or 39? (You like how I went backwards in time with that list?)
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Re: Cs holsters

Postby NavyChief » Sun Aug 05, 2012 7:17 pm

Brian D. wrote:For holster purposes how much different are the contours of that gun from a regular ol' Model 3913 . . .

Enough to screw it up - sloped v. straight dust cover. A kydex could maybe be made to work due to the ability to heat up the affected area, but a leather - fugidaboudid.
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Re: Cs holsters

Postby BobK » Sun Aug 05, 2012 8:28 pm

banshee386 wrote:Do you own a gun and want to carry it concealed but don't have a holster or just don't know what kind you should get . We at carry solutions can help we make holsters for any model gun whether it be Glock, S&W ,Ruger , Taurus it don't matter we'll have ya carrying in no time . So check us out at http://www.csholsters.com and also like us on facebook

I see your website says the kydex is 0.063 in.

I've previously measured the Supertuck at 0.066 in and the Comp-Tac Minotaur at 0.093 in. I measured the two brands because I'd heard so many reports of the kydex cracking in the Crossbreed Supertuck.

So why did you decide to use thin kydex?
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Re: Cs holsters

Postby CS Holsters » Mon Aug 06, 2012 12:03 am

I see your website says the kydex is 0.063 in.

Yep 0.063 is for most everything but full size and OWB, then we jump it up in thickness.

I've previously measured the Supertuck at 0.066 in and the Comp-Tac Minotaur at 0.093 in. I measured the two brands because I'd heard so many reports of the kydex cracking in the Crossbreed Supertuck.

The cracking can be caused from a hand full of different reasons, rapid cooling, uneven heat, foam press blocks (they cause thin spots) or plain old stretching of the hot plastic, these are a few of the common reasons.
Starting thickness and finish thickness are two different things, heck just checking the plastic when it comes in it varies a bit that's where the 0.063 came from it's the thinnest I had come in 0.065 is the avg.
If you want something special just say the word we can go up to 0.50 yep 1/2" if you want to switch to polypropylene, Man that would weigh a bunch :shock:

So why did you decide to use thin kydex?

A lot of people seem to be concerned with bulk, I know and it looks like you do to your never going to tell the difference between the two, but you bring up a good point, I'm going to see about getting that put on the page as a option.

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Re: Cs holsters

Postby nwohio41 » Wed Aug 08, 2012 3:05 pm

The email link in you contact us is coming back as undeliverable for me .keep getting a failure notice ???
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Re: Cs holsters

Postby banshee386 » Wed Aug 08, 2012 5:19 pm

nwohio41 wrote:The email link in you contact us is coming back as undeliverable for me .keep getting a failure notice ???
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{It is a violation of the TOS to post email addresses in the open forum, please refrain from this practice-sabalo} try that one
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Re: Cs holsters

Postby banshee386 » Wed Aug 08, 2012 5:34 pm

alright email is fixed
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