NEW Bronco SOB Holster from Wright Leather Works

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posted on August 17, 2016
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Wright Leather Works has introduced its new SOB (small of the back) holster, the Bronco. This OWB (outside the waist) leather holster has been designed in the fashion similar to WLW’s wildly popular Predator pancake holster, but with a different cant setup, and will fit up to a 1¾” belt. 

Like all of the holsters that come out of the Ohio-based company, the Bronco will be made specifically to fit your particular model of firearm, and if required, can be custom made. All WLW leather holsters are hand cut, sewn and molded from the highest quality full-grain domestic leather hides and materials available. 
   

For more information, please visit Wright Leather Works.

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