Liberty Cross Limited Edition SAA Revolver Holster

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posted on March 11, 2013
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3/11/2013

Crossbreed offers the all-new Liberty Cross SAA Revolver Holster. This limited edition holster is a collaboration project between Crossbreed founder Mark Craighead, Jason Winnie and Sheriff Jim Wilson. The holster was designed and handcrafted by Winnie of Leather Designs by Jason Winnie. The Liberty Cross is designed for the Single Action Army Revolver 4 5/8-inch barrel. There are only 100 holsters, each one numbered and signed by the legendary Jim Wilson, so get them while they last! The MSRP for The Liberty Cross Holster is $200.

To order your own Liberty Cross holster, visit CrossBreedHolsters.com.

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