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Old June 30th, 2011, 06:58 AM   #121
 
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Old June 30th, 2011, 10:35 AM   #122
 
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My best friend and I are going Up North tomorrow morning just to have the 'Freedom' to fire our guns without ANY BS.
"Up North"?
You can't mean Canada?
This is where there's no (firearms) "Freedom" and loads of BS.
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Thanks, it's a Triple K Cheyenne Western rig.
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Old July 16th, 2011, 04:43 AM   #130
 
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Thanks, it's a Triple K Cheyenne Western rig.
I recently purchased the Triple K Holster and the Belt (without the bullet holders) from Ruger.
I was not happy when I received it. It was FLAT.
I literally had to SHOVE my SBH 7.5" into it.
(Yes, I bought the holster made for the 7.5" )
The rear sights scraped the inside of the holster and that was where I had to shove it in.
I wanted it so I had something that is easier to draw/pull out then my other holster I bought for the SBH.
The first holster is perfect but, it rides real high so I wanted a western rig so it was lower on my leg then on my upper hip area.

Is that normally how this holster is suppose to be? That tight and FLAT?
Do I need to just let my SBH just sit in it and 'form' inside the holster?
(Kinda like when you put a softball in a glove and tie a belt around it when it is stored)
I have been told to never oil a holster but, I am considering doing just that to this one.
Maybe I should have called Ruger up...

Thank you in advance for any and all replies to this.
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Old July 16th, 2011, 05:32 AM   #132
 
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Mine didn't have any of the issues yours had. I didn't buy mine from Ruger either. You can oil your pistol well and wrap it in saran wrap to keep it dry, then moisten the leather and let the holster dry with your pistol in it. Should help.
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@ Dood

It is normal what you experienced.

Never oil a leather holster.

Leather stretches with wear, yours should fit perfectly as you wear it .


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Old July 18th, 2011, 07:50 AM   #135
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