G-Code has rolled out a very limited run of what is called the “Blood Stripe” series. This series supports the MARSOC Foundation. A portion of every holster sold will be donated to the foundation in support of their efforts to support those who have sacrificed so much for the rest of us.
These holsters look fantastic in the pictures, and in person they even better. We are only going to offer these for a short time. A very short time. So if you are thinking about getting one, just jump. Because when it’s shut down, it’s done. All orders are processed online. As are the guns they are available for and pricing. Check G-Code’s site. If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our friend Mark Craighead at Crossbreed Holsters has passed away.
You guys might not have known Mark, but he was a great guy and a champion of the second amendment. He invented the Supertuck holster, which many other companies in the Industry quickly aped due to it’s superior design.
Our thoughts and prayers are with his family in this time of pain and sorrow.
Owen McPhillips has sent us a Holster. I’ve been waiting to get my ATI Commander back from Cerakoting before I took some photos and did a review. Well, Joe’s only going to do my gun when we get a pause in the orders. So part of me never wants to see it again! (But I totally do) Contact him for pricing and lead times. I’ve packed my Commander in this rig and it carried great. Just the right positioning and angle. It’s a solid holster. Now, Owen wouldn’t want me to say this, but I’m going to.
His daughter is suffering from cancer and the medical bills have piled up. He doesn’t want charity, but he would love to make you a holster.
Check out the holster:
I’ve been watching a lot of Western movies lately to energize my Cowboy Vibe for diving back into writing “Silvershot”. For giggles I watched Last Man Standing, with Bruce Willis. This is a movie I’ve only watched once or twice before, a long time ago. After careful consideration, I have to say that it’s one of my favorite Westerns.
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19 years ago my beloved Bride went to ProArms on in SLC (how many guys remember that awesome cop-shop?) and purchased all my police gear so I could go to the Police Academy at Colorado Northwestern.
One of the things she picked up was a gun belt by Ted Blocker. I’ve worn that belt damn near every day ever since I got it. The same belt.
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