Overland Gunleather       
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d Custom Leather Holsters and Accessories



What's New:

Now accepting new orders.



6/20/20- Several new items added to Ready to Ship page

6/6/20- New holster (4" 1911) added to Ready to Ship page

6/3/20- New IWB holster model added
  • New OWB holster model added.
  • Brown thread added to
  • "Natural" holster option added

6/3/20-  Now accepting orders for:
  • Colt Rail gun
  • Steyr M9-A1
  • STI 2011 with square trigger guard & full length rail
  • M&P Shield 45 (3.3" bbl)


4/19/20- Now accepting orders for:
  • Ed Brown EVO-KC9
  • Wilson Combat EDC X9 (with and without light rail)








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Welcome!
 
    Overland Gunleather is a small custom shop that provides high quality handcrafted  holsters and accessories. 
   
    I am  a one man shop, which gives me the flexibility to be truly "custom". If you have an idea of what you want, but don't see it here, or if you want to personalize something you do see here (holster ride height, cant, etc.), e-mail me with your idea. I'll sure try to accommodate you.  
   
    I am constantly upgrading and adding to the line so if you don't see it, ask for it! If I get three or more holster request for a pistol for which I currently don't have the "dummy gun", I will generally try to buy the blank and add it to the lineup.      
   
 Please see  "Supported Gun Models" for available holster builds.
 
   On a personal note, I would like to thank Matt Del Fatti, of  Del Fatti Leather, who took the time to evaluate one of my holsters.
   I consider him to truly be one of the greastest leather craftsman in the industry, and greatly appreciate the advice and suggestions he has given me.
 
Thanks, Matt.
 
 
Adam Bon
Overland Gunleather
St. Louis, MO
info@overlandgunleather.com




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