Author Topic: [San Antonio] FSOT: Buchiemer & Clark Co. Left-hand OWB Leather Holster  (Read 1348 times)

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Online Gilgondorin

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Alright fellas, because my camera rocks these pictures are freaking gi-normous. Sorry in advance.

http://image.ibb.co/dt4m36/DSC00262.jpg

http://image.ibb.co/eZ9awR/DSC00264.jpg

http://preview.ibb.co/f8AFwR/DSC00267.jpg

As you can see, for sale or trade is one "Buchiemer & Clark Co." left-handed draw OWB revolver holster. It is black, and appears to be genuine leather. The holster seems to be in fair condition, and retains its shape well -- note that I purposefully squeezed it open for photo #3 to show you that the inside has some revolver wear on it; that might scrub right out with some saddle soap.

I couldn't pull up much information on these holsters; you may have more luck than I -- there is a model number stamped below the maker's mark that reads as follows: "B-01-289-14LH". The bottom ridge of the holster that would lay flush against the underside of the barrel/trigger guard appears to my untrained eye to be 5 sheets of stitched leather. The top ridge where the front sight would be, almost seems like it's 7 sheets of leather. If I had to guess, this would fit a 4" revolver, as it seems too long for a 2" and too short for an 8". I have no idea what specific brand it was made to fit.

My sale price is $15, or trade for non-machine made cigar(s). :thumbsup1:
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Re: [San Antonio] FSOT: Buchiemer & Clark Co. Left-hand OWB Leather Holster
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2018, 03:21:41 PM »
Gilgondorin,

Your holster is for the S&W 4" K-Frame revolvers & will LIKELY also fit the Colt's revolvers of that similar size, like the Official Police, Lawman, etc.

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