Spaghetti Western Fast draw Holster & Belt. - (Cowboy_Gear)
Product ID: spag. rig
Holster maker Andy Anderson made the "spaghetti western" holster first used by Clint Eastwood. Soon it became popular with many other Hollywood actors. Shown in the photo is a "poor boy" copy of that rig, made without a lining that is priced at $125.00. A fully lined holster and belt set costs $285.00. Roughout sets are priced at $295 with 12 bullet loops like the originals and $325 for 24 handsewn loops. Available with a 5 degree muzzle forward tilt (as shown) or the 15 degree "walk & draw" tilt as Anderson called it. Prices shown are for guns with up to a 7 1/2" barrel and belts up to size 44.
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