Product Preview: Savoy Leather Custom Shoulder Holster

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posted on September 26, 2019
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In addition to many inside-the-waistband (IWB) and outside-the-waistband (OWB) models, Savoy Leather is now bringing its custom holster artistry to shoulder rigs. Offered in both vertical- and horizontal-carry styles, Savoy can mold the American-made shoulder holsters to accommodate any of hundreds of gun models—options include one gun alone, a gun on one side with either a single or double magazine holster on the other or a two-gun setup. While the company does have several hundred pre-rendered art themes in its library, it can also hand-carve a custom design to the patron’s specifications, as can be seen on this left-handed, double-magazine, vertical holster emblazoned with the American Rifleman logo. Pricing on custom artwork varies depending on the amount of work required, and customized products may take up to 16 weeks to arrive. Price: $259 (base design), $384 (with shown custom art). For more information, please visit savoyleather.com.

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