This corrections officer from Washington State says this is his “brunch carry.” I couldn’t help but notice his gear is staged on a tree stump and his Treehut watch has a wooden band. There’s an Evergreen State joke in there somewhere.
His GLOCK 43 – yes, another GLOCK 43 – is carried in a CYA Supply Company holster. CYA is owned by a prior-service Marine who employs veterans from other branches of the military to make his American-made holsters. Their holsters come with lifetime warranties, which is cool. What’s your favorite holster company?
Aker Leather in San Diego for the best in leather goods and Talon Retention Systems in Kalispell, Montana for Kydex gear…with honorable mention to El Paso Saddlery for their outstanding leather cowboy gear.
This seem like it’s ok check this new holster
The EDC combo that lets the world know you’re gay and proud!!!
Holy gee damn. You can take your ‘,, Corrections Officer ” and shove it up your ass.Far as I went you SOB. Come get some Mr corrections officer.
El Possum ect is a radical. Most or all of his post are total Bravo Sierra. In fact el Possum Guapo Herr Standartenfuher they think we’re making pizza’s has his beliefs and faith in Buddhism
Hey Crook, federal C.O. here. You and your fellow PUNKS run your mouth behind the door/bars but once opened…..crickets.
Have used many many holsters over the years, tried a CYA Supply holster just about 4 months ago and am very impressed. Fit and finish is the best I’ve ever tried in a Kydex/Boltaron holster.
Who makes the leather dual pocket knife/ flashlight pocket holster in the picture?
It is made by a company called Hitch&Timber.
I just don’t get the G43 over the G26. I held them side by side, and there was not enough difference to make a difference. Bought the M&P shield performance shop. Seemed slimmer than the 26, and I am a glock fanboy. It will be my wife’s carry piece. I’ll stick with the 26, and a 17 round spare mag, or any 9mm glock mag