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Western holster rig makers in Tennessee?

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13 hours ago, gregintenn said:

Heck of a deal if it’s what you’re after!

Thanks Greg, that’s a heck of a deal for someone, the belt by itself is worth more than that. I placed an order with John at J.M Ross in Bulls Gap. After I emailed him, he called me, and we talked for about an hour and a half. He answered every question I had and gave me suggestions for the requirements of what I may want to use it for. His rigs are very popular in the SASS community. I’m stoked, I should have it in a couple of months.

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