Holsters of like-quality commonly sell for $100 to $200. MADE IN THE USA.
After you receive your holster it's important to "shape" the holster to your gun. Soak the holster in a bucket of warm water for about 3 seconds then place your well-oiled gun in a plastic bread bag and insert it in holster. Now using your thumbs work the leather around and over your gun, pressing firmly into all bumps and valleys. The more you work it the better it will look. Then remove your gun and bread bag and allow to dry thoroughly about 24 to 48 hours. DO NOT dry the holster with the gun in it. A light oiling on the inside and outside may be necessary if the leather is a little on the dry side. You can use Neat's foot oil (not a leather treatment), mink oil, snow seal or any number of leather oil treatments.Studded Cheyenne Holster. This lovely double loop Holster has a rolled border, on another wise plain pouch.