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BIG +1 to Will at Boondocks...
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TCB Holsters have never looked so pretty!
Just in time, arrived the same day as my M&P to beat the crap out of in Glen's course this month!

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That's awesome. Now I have too decide between 3 choices for my M&P holster.

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That's awesome. Now I have too decide between 3 choices for my M&P holster.

No need to choose, buy all 3 :greeting:

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So are you offering this as part of your service? I'm interested. =)

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I saw that on Facebook. Those look killer!

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Very nice.

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Not offering YET. These are not only the first set i made and had coated, these are the first i have even seen. So round 1 is to test durability. If it plays out to be durable, i have 3 options of "how" to offer it, and need to figure out which will be best for out customers. For now, if you have an existing holster you want coated give will a call.PM.e-mail he gets a definitive A++ and the transaction was smoooooooth.
Should have an update mid July

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I'll wait to see how it holds up in the course, but I'm very interested.

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No need to choose, buy all 3 :greeting:

Don't tempt me, already looking at two.

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Not offering YET. These are not only the first set i made and had coated, these are the first i have even seen. So round 1 is to test durability. If it plays out to be durable, i have 3 options of "how" to offer it, and need to figure out which will be best for out customers. For now, if you have an existing holster you want coated give will a call.PM.e-mail he gets a definitive A++ and the transaction was smoooooooth.
Should have an update mid July


I do question it's durability...looks really sweet though :happy:

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That looks really good!

I have some firearms and gear that have been hydrodipped, and as of yet, have been durable. With hard use you can wear spots down, but it's no different with Cerakote, paint, etc.





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