We love creating Fitz’s, out of anything we can get our hands on, Colt’s, Smiths, Beretta’s, even Webley’s.
These were the in-the-day gunfighter pieces, carried and used by some pretty intense guys. ~
Pin-off restoration refinished in rust blue with Cabochon accents, fitted with period elephant ivory.
For the record I would like to say that never in my life have I heard nor read of a single incident of accidental discharge involving a Fitz design. Nonetheless, I have read a lot of hyperbole on the potentially serious safety concerns of carrying a Fitz from the on-line firearm “academia”.
Some pretty serious guys.
For more than a dozen years I’ve carried Fitz’s of every design and can attest to this:
Simply put, these are all “answers” in search of a “problem”.
In my experience, locating LEGO bricks beneath bare feet in the middle of the night poses a much higher risk.
A beautiful rendition of the S.D. Myres Detective Wonder Holster, circa 1930.
Handcrafted by Karla Van Horne of Purdy Gear, Mrs. Van Horne does superb work which is well worth the wait.
Features a re-enforced frame which allows this leather half-shoulder holster to carry the piece high and muzzle up.
Handsome, functional, over-the-top cool.
(Smith shown is not a MOB GUN)