The Mexican double loop holster was predominantly used in the mid to late 1800’s. It was used by Mexican vaqueros and early settlers of the Southwest. The Santa Fe is Kirkpatrick’s answer to many request for an authentic version of this rig.
The Santa Fe has a three inch wide belt. It also has twenty four hand molded bullet loops, genuine latigo leg and hammer tie downs. In the tradition of the Old West, this model is finished with a hand stamped border which highlights this beautiful hand-dyed rig.
Available for Colt and Ruger single action revolvers and some double action revolvers.
We have been proudly making our custom holsters right here in the great state of Texas, since 1950. All our holsters are custom made from high quality American leather.
How our holsters are built
We start by cutting from the best part of the hide. We then hand dye the holster to ensure a rich deep color that will accent your firearm. All our holsters are sewn using seven cord bonded nylon thread and double stitched in all critical areas. The heavy weight construction also makes sure the holsters stay open when re-holstering. Each holster is then hand molded for a perfect fit. The edges are then sanded and hand burnished to a smooth glossy finish. This helps prevent moisture from entering the edges of the leather. They are then polished and finished with a clear coating to protect the finish. The belts are made using heavy 9 oz. saddle leather and are fully leather lined. They feature 24 hand molded bullet loops and come equipped with high quality solid steel and brass hardware. Our custom gun belts are built to last a lifetime.
Remember, when you buy from Kirkpatrick Leather Company, you are supporting American jobs & manufacturing