CrossBreed Liberty Cross

posted on May 28, 2013


CrossBreed Holsters has introduced the all-new Liberty Cross Holster for the venerable Single Action Army revolver. The Liberty Cross Limited Edition Holster project is a collaboration between Crossbreed founder Mark Craighead, leather designer Jason Winnie and American Rifleman Field Editor Sheriff Jim Wilson.

Specifically designed for 45⁄8-inch-barreled SAAs, the Liberty Cross is an Askins-style belt holster with a rear belt tab that keeps the rig snugged into the body and a reinforced leather lip that holds the holster’s pocket open.

Only 100 holsters were made for the special collaboration, and each one is numbered and signed by Sheriff Wilson. Price: $200.

Contact: CrossBreed Holsters, LLC; (888) 732-5011;


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