Saddles & Tack

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Gun Holsters & Cases

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Gun Holsters, Cases, and Gun Belts

Recently Sam Mitchell Saddlery has added a new line of gun holsters and cases. After several months of research and development I have introduced a line of products that include but are not limited to the most popular styles on the market including conceal carry for most automatic pistols and western styles for revolvers. Holsters are available for most popular hand guns that I can purchase a blue gun replica for a custom mold and fit.

Holsters and cases are assembled with ( Pull the Dot ) fasteners that feature a one way snap for a more secure hold to help stop accidental opening.

Shotgun and rifle cases are available in several styles ranging from fully closed zippered cases to open style scabbards. Most cases and scabbards can be made unlined or lined with fleece or foam and smooth chap leather. Cases can also be customized with initials and tooling patterns .

IWB holsters
OWB holsters


Magazine Carriers
(specify snap loop or fixed loop)

Single carrier
Double carrier


Available in natural oil tan or black

Gun Cases

Shotgun scabbard 40” long unlined
Shotgun scabbard 40” long fleece lined

Shotgun scabbard 48” long (full length)
Shotgun scabbard 48” long fleece lined
(available in natural oil or dark oil color )

Scoped rifle case with heavy duty military nylon zipper fleece lined

Scoped rifle case ½” foam with glove leather liner

Cases personalized with initials brands or tooling call for pricing.

Gun belts (2-ply premium strap leather)
(Available widths 1”, 1.5” 1.¾” ) Natural oil or Black







How to measure for a belt

How to size your belt when ordering using a belt you already have:
Measure a belt you have now from the end of the buckle to the hole you use most often (to the nearest inch). This measurement should be about two inches larger than your waist or pant size.

How to size your belt when ordering using a cloth measuring tape:
If you don't have a belt you can use a cloth tape measure. Put it through the belt loops on your pants and pull it a LITTLE snug.

Note: If your measurements end up to be in between inch marks you should round it off to the next larger inch mark. If you carry an Inside the Waistband (IWB) holster you will need to measure with your holster in place.

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