Trailmaster Holsters

 

Holsters For Specific Firearms 

​13 December 2018:  


We are getting closer to Christmas and my grandkids couldn't be happier!  We, at Trailmaster Holsters (which consist of my wife and I), wish everyone a Merry Christmas!  

Currently, I have orders out to April of next year, but customers are still calling in and either placing orders or just reserving build dates.   Don’t hesitate to give me a call at 1-406-564-3220 if you have any questions or would like to place an order or reserve a build date.

Holsters are flowing out the door.  Almost caught up with all backlog orders.  

Since I'm not able to keep my catalogs super current, I'm going to start putting some of my most recent builds here...this will help me to keep regular on updating this page!

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Welcome!

TM 117R.  Ruger Redhawk, 7.5".  This tactical was finished 13 Dec 18 and is headed to Alaska .  Cost $296 which included a rush fee of $50.  

TM 11R.  GP 100 3" (44 Special). If I ever made a holster that was dead sexy, this might be it! This one was finished 7 Dec 18 and is headed to NC .  Cost $170.

Click picture to view holsters made specifically for the Ruger GP-100

I’m Earl Southard, owner/operator of Trailmaster Holsters. Thanks for visiting my website.  I hope you find my site interesting and easy to navigate.    Please don't hesitate to give me a call at 1-406-564-3220 or drop me an email at trailmaster@trailmasterholsters.com if you have any questions. 

Since I maintain this website along with building and designing all of the holsters you see here, this site is a continual work in progress.  Keep checking back to see if we’ve added any new holster lines or products.  Once again, thanks for considering Trailmaster Holsters!   

Custom Leather Holsters By Earl Southard

DECEMBER 2018:  UPDATE 

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GP-100 Holsters

 The following is a list of firearms I design and build holsters for:   Ruger’s Redhawk, Super Redhawk, Super Blackhawk, SP 101 and GP 100 revolvers.   I also make holsters for Smith & Wesson’s  N-Frames and X-Frames.