Holster

Triple T Holsters

By Gene Fowler Triple T Holsters building in Kemah, Texas, between Houston and Galveston. Triple T will make your holster while you wait. "I'm the good-lookin' one," jokes Robert Thompson III of Triple T Holsters in Kemah, Texas,when asked if the caller was speaking with Robert Thompson III or Robert Thompson IV. The father and son are business partners in the thriving outfit that serves the Lone Star State's vast
Holster

All the ‘Wright’ Stuff

Hand-built, concealed-carry leather holsters are Ohio workshop’s specialty By Lynn Ascrizzi A recent, concealed-carry holster design from Wright, called "Closer." It gives a higher ride on the body and works well with handguns with a longer barrel. What makes people take a chance and start a new business? Maybe it’s because they got a little nudge from the grandmother of all start-ups — creative dissatisfaction. This motivating mindset seems to
Saddles/Tack

K Bar J Leather

Know Your Customer By Nick Pernokas Jack Gully decided to take a break from the plains of Montana in Miles City. He was hauling a load of horses home to South Dakota. As he ate breakfast in the motel, an older gentleman walked up. Jack didn’t recognize him at first. The man said, “You damn sure knew what you were doing!” Jack looked at the man blankly, until he began
Accessories

John Bianchi

Innovator in Gunleather By Nick Pernokas It was after the War. People in late 1940s New York City finally had some spending money for “fun.” One of the places they went for fun was Madison Square Garden. Looking back at the Garden now, partially hidden behind Manhattan store fronts causing it to blend in with the surrounding city, it may seem to pale in comparison to modern sports arenas. To