Promoting his mandatory gun buy-back program during last week’s Democratic debate, O’Rourke said: “Hell, yes, we’re going to take your AR-15.”
MTR offers a wide selection of exotic leather. These leathers varies weekly. As we get in different exotic leather every week, that may not be listed below. Each exotic leather can vary in colors and what we are able to make with it. Some exotic leather only comes in small panels and can only be crafted in small items and goods. For additional questions about our exotic leather, please call (336) 879-2166 or email us at email@example.com.
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|Glock 48 (X)|
|Glock 19 MOS|
|Kimber Warrior TSF|
|Ruger LCP II|
|Springfield Armory XD M2.0 5″|
|Springfield Armory XDE 3.3 45ACP|
|Sig Sauer P239 SAS|
|Beretta APX Centurion|
|Browning 1911 A1|
|Browning 1911-380 (all models)|
|M&P Shield 380EZ|
|Springfield Armory EMP CCC 4″|
|Taurus Milliumim G2/Pro|
|Springfield Armory 911|
|Sig Sauer P6|
|Sig Sauer P938 with Lima Laser|
|Sig Sauer P238 with Lima Laser|
|Sig Sauer P365 with Lima Laser|
|Sig Sauer P320 M17|
|Sig Sauer P290 with Factory Laser|
|Sig Sauer P320 FS Nitron|
|S&W Victory 22LR|
|Kimber Micro 9 with Grip Laser|
|Kimber Micro 380 with Grip Laser|
|Kimber K6S 2″|
|Ruger Security 9|
|Canik TP9SF FX|
|Kel Tec P-11|
|Sig Sauer Xcompact|
|Sig Sauer P229RX|
|Wilson Combat Hunter 5.5″|
|Taurus Judge Chamberd 2.5″ 410 Shell 3″|
|FN 509M (Mid)(Midsize)|
|Ruger New Model Blackhawk 4.62″ (we have 8″ no enclosed bottom)|
|Uberti Cattleman 4.75,5.5,6.5,7.5 (no enclosed bottom)|
|Walther PPQ M1 5″|
|M&P®45 SHIELD™ M2.0™ with Integrated laser (G/R)|
|M&P® 380 SHIELD™ EZ® MANUAL THUMB SAFETY|
|M&P M2.0 Compact 9/40 3.6″|
|M&P M2.0 Compact 9/40 4″|
|PERFORMANCE CENTER® M&P®380 SHIELD™ EZ® M2.0™ PORTED BARREL (Any Color)|
|M&P 45 M2.0 4.6″|
|CZ P-01 Ω Urban Grey Suppressor-Ready (Omega)|
|Glock 43X Magazine|
|Ruger GP100-6″ Model 1773 with Hi Viz Sights|
|Colt King Cobra (2″/2.5″ can’t do enclosed bottom) 4″, 6″|
|Ruger Super Blackhawk 44rem mag 3.75″, 4″, 5.5″, 7.5″ (no enclosed bottom)|
|Smith & Wesson M&P Shield 9/40 AMBI|
|PPQ SD .22 TACTICAL|
|Walther PPQ 22 4″ and 5″|
|Sig Sauer P226 Elite SAO|
|All models of Ruger Vaquero|
|S&W 585+ 3″ Performance Center (same as 686+)|
|STI 2011 H.O.S.T. DS 4.0 with threaded barrel|
|S&W Model 1006|
|Coonan 1911 4″|
|Taurus Model 608 8Shot .357 4″|
|Rock Island 1911-5″|
|Colt Mustang Mark IV Plus II|
|Taurus Hunter 12″ 44C (certain holsters)|
|S&W M&P Shield 9/40 M2.0 Integrated Laser|
|Crimson Trace LG-422/G|
|Crimson Trace LTG-772 (ordered 4/18 per phone call 5/8/19 will not release to public|
|Crimson Trace LG-457|
|Crimson Trace LG-459|
|Crimson Trace LL-810G|
|Viridian E-Series (All Models)|
|Viridian X5L Gen 3 Cam|
|All Olight models|
|Crimson Trace LG-412|
|Springfield Armory (45) XD Full Size Tactical 5″|
|Chiappa Rhino 30DS 3″|
|ordered by phone Arma Laser TR-27, 28, 29, 30, 25, 24|
|Sig Sauer P320 XF 9 V-Tac|
|Smith & Wesson Model 66 Combat Magnum|
|Sig Sauer P320 XF 9 V-Tac|
|Sig Sauer P226 MK 25 Navy w/Threaded Barrel|
|Sig Sauer P226 X-Five|
|Colt M45A1 Marine 5″|
|Beretta APX Compact|
|Kimber EVO SP|
|ArmaLaser Models: TR-30, TR-29, TR-28, TR-27. TR-25, TR-24, TR-20, TR-21 (MODELS TR-22, TR-26 COMING OUT IN JAN 2020) (THEY DO NOT MAKE A TR-3 MODEL)|
|Sig Sauer P365 XL|
|Lasermax GS-LTN-R (universal rail mounted laser)|
|Springfield Armory XD-M 4.5″ OSP with Threaded Barrel 9/10mm|
|Springfield Armory XD-M 4.5″ OSP with Threaded Barrel & Vortex Venom 10mm|
|North American Arms .22 Pug|
|Ruger Mark III 22/45|
|M&P® BODYGUARD®38 CRIMSON TRACE|
|Beretta 92 Elite LTT|
|Mirzon Sig P320 Enhanced Grip Module ( Compact, Carry, Full, X-Carry and X-Five P320 and P250) will not work for sub-compact|
|M&P M2.0 Compact 3.6″ and 4.0″ 9/40|
|Wilson Combat EDC X9L 5″ Rail/Non Rail|
If you do not see your weapon or laser listed on our site under any holster, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep in mind that MTR Custom Leather, LLC offers several styles of holsters including: outside the waistband crossdraw, paddle holsters, belt slides and inside the waistband holster that are tuckable. MTR is a well know top custom holster manufacture that specializes in custom made holster to the specific weapons with after market attachments. Another great feature of MTR, they offered the BEST prices on exotic leather including tiger shark, elephant, stingray, alligator and many others. Check them out at www.mtrcustomleather.com *Updated July 8th, 2019* It’s official, Sig Sauer just sent out a press release announcing that their much anticipated 365XL is available for purchase in stores. You can find more about them on SIG’s website or you may be able to find them for purchase at Brownells. This is a highly anticipated release from SIG, who continually thinks outside the box to bring customers exactly what they want. I know many of us carry a P365 for everyday carry, and I have formally requested a 365XL to review from SIG Sauer. I’ll keep you posted on when/if I get it
GripSense represents the newest generation of laser activation technology by simplifying the activation process. The user simply grips the firearm, setting off a motion sensor once in the detection zone, which then activates the laser immediately and does not require the user to change their firing grip. Additionally, the Lightning with GripSense Activation Technology includes some significant innovations including a fully programmable operating mode, and up to twenty hours of continuous battery life- safeguarded from inadvertent drain by a ten-minute time out feature. The Lightning will come in Vivid Red or Daytime Green, green being the most visible color to the human eye.
Keep in mind that MTR Custom Leather, LLC offers several styles of holsters including: outside the waistband crossdraw, paddle holsters, belt slides and inside the waistband holster that are tuckable. MTR is a well know top custom holster manufacture that specializes in custom made holster to the specific weapons with after market attachments. Another great feature of MTR, they offered the BEST prices on exotic leather including tiger shark, elephant, stingray, alligator and many others. Check them out at www.mtrcustomleather.com
Independence Day (colloquial: the Fourth of July) is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the Declaration of Independence of the United States on July 4, 1776. The Continental Congress declared that the thirteen American colonies were no longer subject (and subordinate) to the monarch of Britain and were now united, free, and independent states. The Congress had voted to declare independence two days earlier, on July 2, but it was not declared until July 4.
Independence Day is commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, family reunions, and political speeches and ceremonies, in addition to various other public and private events celebrating the history, government, and traditions of the United States. Independence Day is the National Day of the United States.
During the American Revolution, the legal separation of the Thirteen Colonies from Great Britain in 1776 actually occurred on July 2, when the Second Continental Congress voted to approve a resolution of independence that had been proposed in June by Richard Henry Lee of Virginia declaring the United States independent from Great Britain’s rule. After voting for independence, Congress turned its attention to the Declaration of Independence, a statement explaining this decision, which had been prepared by a Committee of Five, with Thomas Jefferson as its principal author. Congress debated and revised the wording of the Declaration, finally approving it two days later on July 4. A day earlier, John Adams had written to his wife Abigail:
The second day of July, 1776, will be the most memorable epoch in the history of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated by succeeding generations as the great anniversary festival. It ought to be commemorated as the day of deliverance, by solemn acts of devotion to God Almighty. It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations, from one end of this continent to the other, from this time forward forever more.
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Fourth of July is a holiday full of so many wonderful things, many of which are dangerous to pets. Here are ten tips that will keep your pet safe this Independence Day.
1. Leave Your Pet at Home
The safest place for your pet is safely inside your home, not in a crowded, unfamiliar park or a noisy backyard. The resulting panic due to fireworks or other loud noises may make them run away or jump a fence in a terrified attempt to find safety. Locking them in the car is also not an option; your pet may suffer heat stroke, secondary clotting problems, organ failure, and even brain injury.
Whether it’s a closet or a crate, it’s good for pets to have a go-to place for relaxing or hiding away. Such a space can provide a safe and secure feeling, much like a den. However, if a crate or closet creates more anxiety — or if your pet isn’t acclimated to it — it should not be used. Very often, a crate is more effective is your dog has grown up using a crate since he or she was young.
Never apply the same sunscreen or insect repellant you use for yourself onto a pet, as it can potentially be toxic, causing untoward side effects such as drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, excessive thirst and neurological issues. Fortunately, there are pet-friendly sunscreens and insect repellants available. Consult with your veterinarian about which product would serve your pet the best.
Alcohol, even beer, is poisonous to dogs and cats. If ingested, signs of poisoning include weakness, depression, difficulty breathing, hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) or in severe cases, coma or death from respiratory failure. Never leave alcoholic beverages where pets can reach them.
If you are having a backyard barbeque, you may be tempted to slip some snacks to your pet. But like beer and chocolate, there are other festive foods that could harm your pet. Corn-on-the cob (which results in a severe foreign body obstruction), fatty table scraps (which results in pancreatitis), onions, garlic, baked goods containing xylitol, caffeine, grapes and raisins are all possible hazards for dogs and cats.
It might look cute to adorn your pet in glow sticks or jewelry, but your pet could chew up and swallow the plastic adornments and glowing chemical inside. This may result in excessive drooling and gastrointestinal irritation, as well as intestinal blockage from swallowing large pieces of the plastic.
Proper identification may be the only way to retrieve your pet should he or she manage to break loose and become lost. Consider fitting your pet with a microchip, ID tag or other popular method of identification. It is also a good idea to have a recent picture of your pet in case you have to put up “lost pet” signs.
There’s certainly nothing wrong with barbecues, but be attentive if lighter fluid and matches are being used around pets. Certain types of matches contain chlorates, which, if ingested, can cause difficulty breathing or blood cell damage in pets. Lighter fluid, meanwhile, can be irritating to your pet’s skin, and, if swallowed, can cause gastrointestinal irritation, central nervous system depression, and severe pneumonia.
While lit fireworks can pose a danger to curious pets and potentially result in severe burns and/or trauma to the face and paws, unused fireworks can be hazardous too. Some fireworks contain potentially toxic substances such as arsenic, potassium nitrate, and other heavy metals.
Keep the contact information for your veterinarian or the nearest animal hospital handy just in case your dog or cat has a medical emergency. You can also contact Pet Poison Helpline, an animal poison control based out of Minneapolis, at 1-855-213-6680 if you are unsure your dog or cat has been poisoned.
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Sparkler and Fireworks Safety
More than 50,000 fires are caused by fireworks every year. Take the proper precautions when operating fireworks.
- Never disassemble or try to make your own fireworks.
- Don’t point sparklers, or fireworks at yourself or others, especially while they’re being lit.
- Only light fireworks on the ground and in areas that are dry and fire resistant.
- Don’t attempt to light multiple devices at the same time.
- Never allow young children to handle fireworks or sparklers.
- Always keep a portable fire extinguisher close by. Also keep a water hose or buckets of water nearby to put out fires.
Water Activity Safety
As July is one of the hottest months of the year, many families turn to water activities to beat the heat. However, even fun water activities have serious risks if the proper precautions aren’t taken.
- Review safe boating practices.
- Never consume alcohol while driving a boat.
- Before boating, always check that there are enough life preservers on hand for every passenger.
- Set water safety rules for your family.
- Pools should be enclosed completely with a fence to restrict access to the area. Consider installing wireless outdoor sensors that will alert you via phone or with a chime inside your home if the sensors are activated.
- Keep a first aid kit near the pool.
July is one of the peak months for grilling fires. Enjoy grilling your favorite meals this summer while also keeping your family safe.
- Check gas grill hoses for cracks, holes and leaks.
- Keep children away from grills. Gas leaks, blocked tubes, and propane tanks can be a cause of grill fires and explosions.
- Never grill indoors, in the garage, in any enclosed area or on a surface that might catch fire.
- Keep the grill at least two feet away from decks, siding, branches and any outdoor equipment that can catch fire quickly.
If you follow these simple 4th of July safety tips, your entire family will be sure to have a safe and memorable holiday.
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