Mare’s Leg Holster “Last Bullet”

$ 265.00

Watch our video “Glimpse into making the Mare’s Leg Rig

  • – made of high quality cow leather
  • – hand cut, beveled and edged
  • – unlined
  • – border tooled
  • – Keeper with ‘last bullet’
  • – right-handed or left-handed
  • – Find Gun Belt here

 

 

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Watch our video “Glimpse into making the Mare’s Leg Rig

  • – made of high quality cow leather
  • – hand cut, beveled and edged
  • – unlined
  • – decorative tooled border
  • – Keeper with ‘last bullet’
  • – right-handed or left-handed
  • – Find Gun Belt here

 


Trivia:

Holster for the legendary Mare’s Leg rifle used by Steve McQueen’s character on the television series Wanted: Dead or Alive (1958–1961). McQueen’s character was named Josh Randall, and the gun has been referred to as a Winchester Randall, or a Randall Special.

 

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Chiappa, Henry, Rossi

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2 Replies to “Mare’s Leg Holster “Last Bullet””

  1. Ross Post author

    Just wanna send you a brief message on the products I purchased from you. ( mares leg holster with last bullet, prospector belt, & cross draw holster with last bullet ) They are more than I expected, and I knew they were going to good. After I got the bullet loops filled, put the rig on, got the gun”s in it. I didn’t want to take it off!!!!! The workmanship is top notch. I absolutely love it. Also your customer relations were fantastic. I liked the way you always got in contact with me if there were any questions. Look forward to purchasing some more of your great work in the future.

    Thanks: Ross. A very satisfied customer.

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  2. Shannon Armitage

    I love this holster/scabbard for my Chiappa mares leg, Scorpion.. the leather is thick and durable, the colour is great and match the wood so well it almost disappears when in the scabbard. It fits like a glove, or a holster..ok it fits great, I would recommend Beaver Mountain works, and personally will be looking for a bandolier or belt or sling so I can carry it on my back with easy access.

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