Bersa .380 holster

Bersa .380 in a Sideguard holster

Yet another holster by Erik Srigley.

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7 Responses to Bersa .380 holster

  1. Rivrdog says:

    No offense to the lady sporting the VERY nice-looking jeans, but wearing them low-ride and just draped over the hips makes that gun difficult to control and subject to it’s own applications of the Law of Gravity. The jeans need to be at the waist, not below it, and the belt needs to be cinched, not just riding there.

  2. xl_target says:

    With a new holster, you tend to get that effect. The don’t want to lay up tight against that body till they are broken in for at least a week. I have some of Erik’s holsters and they are stiff at first. It took me about two weeks to break mine in. With a rigid gunbelt and a good holster, you don’t have to cinch it that tight either.
    As for the low rise jeans, I’m given to understand that it is very hard for women to find any other type of jeans.

  3. Camtec says:

    I am in the market for a hoslter for a Bersa .380 Thunder, but I could not find prices at his web site. If his prices are so high that he will not publish them then he has lost a customer. Nice looking holsters though.

    • Scott Johnson says:

      Actually he’s on the cheap side for custom holsters.

      He’s making a pocket holster for me and the only other one I could find is from a larger outfit which likely does less hand fitting and it was twice the cost.

  4. Camtec says:

    Oops, my bad I finally found his prices. Not bad, but still pricy.

  5. Yevgeniy says:

    she is simply glowing.

  6. Anon says:

    Pricey? No…for the quality of the work and the skills needed to HAND CRAFT a leather holster, his prices are a wee bit on the low side.

    If you want less expensive, by a machine-made Galco, Bianchi, or other *big-name* that has their stuff made in Mexico or China. What you *won’t* be getting is a one-of-a-kind, unique, hand-crafted holster that will look better and last longer than a throw-away foreign-made one.

    Nothing, and I mean NOTHING, beats a hand-made leather holster.

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