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Brommeland Max Con V

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Brommeland Holster
I haven’t drawn from a 3-4 O’clock canted ring in well over a decade. Might need to revisit that skill.

Blast from the past. Back in the day I carried leather 1911 holsters. Primarily because that was the best option then. 

Going through some old boxes in The Armory, I discovered some of my old 1911 gear. Including this unused, NIB, Brommeland Max Con V holster. 

Brommeland Holster
The fantastic Wilson eXperior 1911.

No, I don’t specifically recall why I purchased it, but knowing my personality and logic, it was probably a spare. Leather holsters were notorious for holding moisture in the rain, and after some wet nights with my carry rig, I purchased this as a backup. 

Brommeland Holster
Backside of Max Con V. Never been carried.

It is a good holster? Sure. I guess. Never ran it. But this kind of rig doesn’t actually interest me any longer and I am all Kydex all the time these days. 

Brommeland Holster
I haven’t drawn from a 3-4 O’clock canted ring in well over a decade. Might need to revisit that skill.

But one of the factors in deciding to keep the Wilson eXperior Full Sized 1911 was the belief that I already had tons of holsters and accessories on hand for the single-stack guns. As proven here. 

Brommeland Holster
The Max Con V leather seems thinner than on my VMII.

I doubt you will ever see this holster run on video. So it’s being posted here as kind of a show-n-tell. 

 

 

Sincerely, 

Marky

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