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Ar Hugger. Carpe diem per guttur .
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There isn't much choice out there for decent Buckmark holsters, so I needed a custom job. A member here had made me a really nice OWB leather holster for my CZ PCR, so I let 2Aforall borrow my Buckmark and see what he could come up with. I'm extremely pleased.

Pros:

Extremely tight fit without being too tight. I couldn't be more pleased. I thought I wanted something with a thumb break for some minor woods carry, but this will work just fine.

It has a great finish. I know it will get banged up in the woods, but I'm not looking forward to it.

It is canted just like I wanted. I would much rather have a straight drop setup, but my waist is smaller than it once was. I can't carry anything at 3 o'clock comfortably, so a little farther back and a little more cant make carrying it more comfortably.

The sweat guard cut is great. There is just enough to allow a great draw while retaining enough material to be very functional.

Cons:

I should have paid for some matching mag holders.

Here are a few pics:






Overall, I think it's great. It is definitely WAY better than anything generic out there. 2Aforall is also a great guy, so it's always a pleasure doing business with him.

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Ar Hugger. Carpe diem per guttur .
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Very cool!
Compared to uncle mike's or a blackhawk from Walmart...it's dang awesome lol.

The leather one from browning is cool, but this one is made exactly like I wanted...high rise, canted, sweat shield with an aggressive cut for a good firing grip...I love it.

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