MTR Custom Leather A-1A Sentinel Holster Instructions- How To- IWB and OWB ALL-IN-ONE Holster

MTR Custom Leather A-1A Sentinel Holster Instructions- How To- IWB and OWB ALL-IN-ONE Holster

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Features:

  • Capability of being converted into IWB to OWB (paddle style)

  • Covers the full length barrel and trigger of the weapon

  • Bonus custom trim body shield/sweat shield

  • Double layer reinforced mouthpiece

  • Custom Hand-Molded to each firearm of choice

  • Tuckable spring steel clips & the option to Interchange the Clips

  • Adjustable Cant (forward or Reverse) (additional holes behind each clip)

  • Hand-dye for that custom no other one of a kind color

  • Wide in length for better concealment, wraps comfortable about the waist

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A-1+ Deluxe Thoroughbred IWB Holster Wood Grain Dark Brown—Have you left us a Google Review 🎁??

Features:

  • Full coverage of the barrel and the trigger guard
  • Custom molded to each firearm specifically 
  • Memory-foam padding for extra comfort while wearing
  • Adjustable Cant (forward or Reverse) (additional holes behind each clip) 
  • Nice suede backing, no hardware will be touching your body 
  • Wide spread holster to help distribute the weight of the weapon for better concealment 

Link to Holster>>https://www.mtrcustomleather.com/product/a-1-deluxe-thoroughbred-holster/

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Safari Outdoorsman Rifle Slings (R-4) — MTR Custom Leather

Makes a GREAT gift!

Features:

-Thumb hole rest

-Some Exotic Leather is Water-Resistant and Scratch Resistant

-Multiple Options Functional and Stylish (matches wood stocks great for better concealment while carrying)

-Adjustable Easy to install onto a rifle

-Sueded Backing for non-slipping off shoulder

Full Marble Ostrich Safari Rifle Sling

Full Marble Ostrich Safari Rifle Sling

Full Marble Ostrich Safari Rifle Sling

Full Marble Ostrich Safari Rifle Sling

Safari Rifle Sling

Mahogany, Hand-Tool-Name-Black Tiger Shark Trim

Full Dark Brown Alligator

Mahogany bullhide leather with Black Tiger Shark Trim

Safari Outdoorsman Rifle Slings (R-4)

MTR Custom Leather offers a variety selection of exotic leather species in our rifle slings. Exotic leather is some of the nicest and most durable of all leathers. Including, Each sling is made of 100% exotic leather on one side and any color suede on the other side. The suede helps to prevent movement of the rifle on the shoulder and provides comfort. Each sling fits a one inch swivel and provides six inch adjustment of the sling on the shoulder. Each sling also has a professionally slicked edge for great looks. The  sling is equipped with heavy duty nylon stitching to help reduce any tearing or dry rotting of the stitches. The Cobra sling has 2 chicago screws, so you can easily adjust the sling as needed. And you won’t have to worry about your sling coming detached.

To LEARN more about Exotic Leather features check out our FAQ page.

NOTE: DUE TO THE FACT THAT OUR GEAR IS ADJUSTABLE THREAD LOCKER IS NOT APPLIED DURING THE PRODUCTION PHASE. PLEASE ARRANGE YOUR GEAR HOWEVER YOU AND YOUR APPLICATION DESIRE AND APPLY A BLUE THREAD LOCKER TO YOUR HARDWARE. LOST HARDWARE WILL BE REPLACED AT THE CUSTOMERS EXPENSE.

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B-6 Back Pocket Holster details – YouTube- How to Use-Why??MTR Custom Leather Pocket Carry 

B-6 Back Pocket Holster details – YouTube- How to Use-Why??MTR Custom Leather Pocket Carry

Features:

  • Full coverage of the weapon
  • All leather back pad with suede
  • Trigger is covered
  • Heavy duty nylon stitching
  • Great concealment and retention

 TOP RATED POCKET HOLSTER AVAILABLE 

No more carrying your weapon inside of your pocket without a holster. Take precaution and holster your weapon inside your pocket. There have shown studies of several accidents of weapons going on in pockets or while drawing due to no holster. MTR Custom Leather has your back and want you to be safe!

MTR Custom Leather offers the Best and most Functional Back Pocket Holster (B-6).

Features:

  • Full coverage of the weapon
  • All leather back pad with suede
  • Trigger is covered
  • Heavy duty nylon stitching
  • Great concealment and retention

The back pocket holster has a full leather back pad that goes to the outside of the back pocket so printing of the gun is not seen. Therefore, concealing the holster and weapon is the best of any other pocket holster available. The retention of the back pad sticking inside of the pocket while drawing is amazing, due to the suede lining on the back pad. The suede leather on the back pad catches onto the cotton lining of the pocket. The holster part and the back pad is attached with 2 Chicago screws, this enables for easy on and off of the holster. The holster can be worn in the front pocket by taking the back pad off.  The holster is also hinged on the back pad for easy access to the fire arm, this will enable for a full grip on the weapon. This is a great choice for carrying your weapon in the cargo pocket, jacket pocket, purse pocket, vehicle pocket or bedside.

NOTE: DUE TO THE FACT THAT OUR GEAR IS ADJUSTABLE THREAD LOCKER IS NOT APPLIED DURING THE PRODUCTION PHASE. PLEASE ARRANGE YOUR GEAR HOWEVER YOU AND YOUR APPLICATION DESIRE AND APPLY A BLUE THREAD LOCKER TO YOUR HARDWARE. LOST HARDWARE WILL BE REPLACED AT THE CUSTOMERS EXPENSE.

 

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Back Pocket Holster (B-6)

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Happy FLAG Day- What is it? WHY??

In the United States, Flag Day is celebrated on June 14. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States on June 14, 1777, by resolution of the Second Continental Congress.[1] The Flag Resolution, passed on June 14, 1777, stated: “Resolved, That the flag of the thirteen United States be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white; that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new constellation.”[2][3]

U.S. Flag Day
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Poster commemorating the 140th Flag Day on June 14, 1917
Observed byUnited States
DateJune 14
Next timeJune 14, 2022
Frequencyannual

The United States Army also celebrates the U.S. Army birthday on this date; Congress adopted “the American continental army” after reaching a consensus position in the Committee of the Whole on June 14, 1775.[4][5]

In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation that officially established June 14 as Flag Day; on August 3, 1949, National Flag Day was established by an Act of Congress. Flag Day is not an official federal holiday. Title 36 of the United States Code, Subtitle I, Part A, CHAPTER 1, § 110[6] is the official statute on Flag Day; however, it is at the president’s discretion to officially proclaim the observance. On June 14, 1937, Pennsylvania became the first U.S. state to celebrate Flag Day as a state holiday, beginning in the town of Rennerdale.[1]New York Statutes designate the second Sunday in June as Flag Day, a state holiday.[7]

Perhaps the oldest continuing Flag Day parade is in Fairfield, Washington.[8] Beginning in 1909 or 1910, Fairfield has held a parade every year since, with the possible exception of 1918, and celebrated the “Centennial” parade in 2010, along with some other commemorative events. Appleton, Wisconsin, claims to be the oldest National Flag Day parade in the nation, held annually since 1950.[9]

Quincy, Massachusetts, has had an annual Flag Day parade since 1952 and claims it “is the longest-running parade of its kind” in the U.S.[10] The largest Flag Day parade had been held annually in Troy, New York until 2017, which based its parade on the Quincy parade and typically draws 50,000 spectators.[1][11][12]In addition, the Three Oaks, Michigan, Flag Day Parade is held annually on the weekend of Flag Day and is a three-day event and they claim to have the largest flag day parade in the nation as well as the oldest.[13] In Washington, D.C., Flag Day is celebrated heavily through the 7th and 8th Wards of the city. It is tradition in these wards to slow-smoke various meats and vegetables. It is said that Clyde Thompson is the “Godfather of Flag Day”.[why?]

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Guns in the News – Our Target is Gun News-THE EXPANSION OF CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY

THE EXPANSION OF CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY

Bureaucrats were never supposed to be in a position to make us ask—even to beg—for our constitutionally protected rights, as they can in jurisdictions with “may-issue” carry permit laws.

Thanks in no small part to lobbying from the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action, and to the many NRA members who stand behind the NRA by contacting their representatives, 20 states have now gotten bureaucrats out of the way by passing some type of “constitutional carry” (or “permitless carry”) legislation; in fact, four of these 20 states were added this year—Iowa, Montana, Tennessee and Utah.

This year’s expansion of American freedom began in Utah. Back in 2013, Utah’s legislature passed a constitutional-carry bill, but the victory was short-lived, as then-Utah Gov. Gary Herbert (R) vetoed the legislation. While Herbert continued to serve as governor, constitutional-carry advocates knew re-passing the bill would be futile.

But in January of 2021, Gov. Spencer Cox (R) was sworn in. Gov. Cox was a supporter of the constitutional-carry bill in 2013 when he was a state legislator, and he expressed support for this legislation when he ran for governor.

After some debate, the legislature passed the constitutional-carry bill again and Gov. Cox signed it, which made Utah the 17th to pass such legislation.

The Utah bill amends the Utah code pertaining to the penalties associated with incorrectly or illegally carrying concealed. Utah Code Section 76-10-504 is titled “Carrying concealed firearm—Penalties.” At the end of the list of offenses, the legislation adds this sentence: “Subsection 76-10-504(1) does not apply to a person 21 years old or older who may otherwise lawfully possess a firearm.”

Next up was Montana. After a robust debate, Gov. Greg Gianforte (R) signed H.B. 102 last February, allowing Montana residents to carry a concealed firearm for personal protection in most places in the state without first acquiring a permit from the government. Montana was then the 18th state to enact constitutional carry.

“Every law-abiding Montanan should be able to defend themselves and their loved ones. That’s why today, I’m signing H.B. 102 into law,” said Gov. Gianforte.

Bills similar to this one had passed both legislative chambers before in Montana, but were vetoed by previous governors. Not this time. Despite a disingenuous campaign by gun-control advocates, Montanans got bureaucrats out of the way of their freedom.

“Montanans should not have to seek government approval and jump through bureaucratic hoops in order to exercise their right to self-defense,” said NRA’s Montana State Director, Brian Gosch. “Gov. Gianforte recognized this and worked to codify these rights. The NRA thanks the governor and the bill’s prime sponsor, Rep. Seth Berglee, for sending a clear message: In Montana,​ self-defense rights are recognized and respected.”

Not long after, in April, following debate and lobbying from NRA-ILA, Iowa’s Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) signed House File 756, making Iowa the 19th state to enact a constitutional-carry law.

“Today, I signed legislation that protects the Second Amendment rights of Iowa’s law-abiding citizens while still preventing the sale of firearms to criminals and other dangerous individuals. This law also takes greater steps to inform law enforcement about an individual’s mental illness, helping ensure firearms don’t end up in the wrong hands. We will never be able to outlaw or prevent every single bad actor from getting a gun, but what we can do is ensure law-abiding citizens have full access to their constitutional rights while keeping Iowans safe,” said Gov. Reynolds.

In addition, Gov. Reynolds also signed House File 621 as a response to President Joe Biden’s (D) threat to repeal the federal law—the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act—that protects the firearms industry from frivolous lawsuits. With her signature on this bill, Gov. Reynolds ensures that Iowa has an additional layer of protection to prevent anti-Second Amendment extremists from attempting to bankrupt law-abiding businesses by suing them for third-party, criminal misuse of their legal products.

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee (R) 

“Constitutional carry ensures a barrier-free commitment to Second Amendment rights and is core to a strong public-safety agenda,” said Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee (R).

Then came Tennessee.
In Tennessee, faux-gun-rights organizations and gun-control activists attempted to derail the constitutional-carry bill with a large misinformation campaign, but the legislature nevertheless passed S.B. 765/H.B. 786 and sent this important measure to the desk of Gov. Bill Lee (R) for his signature. 

This Tennessee legislation allows any law-abiding adult who is legally eligible to obtain a carry permit to carry a handgun without first having to obtain permission from the government. It does not affect previously issued carry permits. Citizens may still obtain a permit so they may carry in other states that recognize Tennessee permits. As in other states, this legislation will ensure that Tennesseans aren’t left defenseless while waiting for government permission or wading through red tape. Tennessee Constitutional Carry will go into effect on July 1. When this happens, there will be 20 states with some type of constitutional-carry provision.

“Thank you to Gov. Bill Lee for leading the effort to strengthen Tennesseans’ right to self-defense. Also, thank you to bill sponsors Rep. William Lamberth and Sen. Mike Bell, as well as those legislators who voted in support of this important self-defense measure,” said NRA-ILA.

In each case, gun-control supporters claimed that removing the requirement for a concealed-carry permit would encourage criminals to illegally carry guns and to commit more crimes; they claimed this even though it hasn’t occurred in the many states that already have constitutional-carry laws. A 2019 study by the Journal of the American College of Surgeons, for example, details the impact of state concealed-carry laws over the last three decades and concludes: “This study demonstrated no statistically significant association between the liberalization of state-level firearm-carry legislation over the last 30 years and the rates of homicides or other violent crime.”

The spread of constitutional carry has clearly shown that American freedom isn’t a problem that needs to be solved. Finding the will and means to better enforce laws targeting criminal behavior, not the freedom of law-abiding citizens, is what’s clearly needed.

Article by Frank Miniter

Source: Guns in the News – Our Target is Gun News

JUNE 2021 UPDATES-NEW WEAPONS, HOLSTERS, CUSTOM ITEMS AND COUPON CODE INSIDE

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Leather surfaces are sometimes also described as fine-pored or coarse-pored or as fine-grained or coarse-grained. In the case of “fine pores” or “coarse pores”, the hair pores are not always clearly defined, so can only be seen with a magnifying glass. Generally, these terms refer to the total impression of the surface. In other words, how much leather dye will penetrate or how dark or light the leather will turn out. Deeper pores will hold more dye causing the color to be darker, compared to smaller pores. CHECK OUT OUR BLOG PAGE AND FAQ PAGE FOR SOME HANDY TIPSNext Gun Show will be in CHANTILLY, VA
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