June 2017: Current Updates and Information. 


Monday, 26 June 2017:   This week would be an excellent time to call if you’d like to place an order or have questions you’d like answered!  July is almost full, but I have a few remaining build spots.  Last week’s trip to Wyoming with about 130 youth was awesome.  The youth (teenagers) were able to learn about some of the trials our pioneer ancestors had to endure as they moved west.  They even got to pull authentic handcarts on some of the very same trails.   If you are ever in Southern Wyoming and have the time, stop by Martin’s Cove and the Sixth’s Crossing visitor centers.   It is a nice taste of our American history!  As for now, it is back to cutting leather and filling orders! 





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

 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 X-Frame revolvers such as the 460 and 500.  

Trailmaster Holsters

 

Holsters For Specific Firearms 

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 1-406-467-2884 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!   

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Trailmaster Holsters’ customers never cease to amaze me and this month is no exception.   Check this out:  I had a local customer come by to pick up his new holster he ordered this month.  After paying, he asked me to come out to his truck.  He and his fiance then presented me with a super awesome sign he handcrafted himself by cutting horseshoes then welding them together to form letters.  He painted the horseshoe letters and affixed them to a finished board with horseshoe nails.  What a piece of work!   I really can’t thank Josh and Paige for this worthy piece of craftmanship.   I love this sign and it now hangs in a prominent spot in my shop!  Many thanks again to Josh and Paige!!!!






Custom Leather Holsters By Earl Southard

GP-100 Holsters