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History of the Western Frontier
is a "T" shaped piece of leather that contained both sides and bottom. They were all bound by legal codes of behavior, ethics, justice, courage, honor and chivalry. This holster design featured a more ample, flexible belt loop that could pass easily over the new gun belts fully loaded with cartridges that were popular during this time. It has been subsequently reprinted and anthologized many times, and was incorporated into Turner's 1921 book, The Frontier in American History, as Chapter.
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Going to War - All Quiet On the Western Front
A few of the earliest western-like films were two shorts from Thomas Edison's Manufacturing Company: the less-than 1 minute-long Cripple Creek Bar Room Scene (1899) (with its prototypical western bar-room scene, and a barmaid played by a man) Poker at Dawson City (1899) (set during. Designed either in northern Mexico or the Southwest the western saddlers started making this design immediately and was commonly found as far north as Canada within a decade. The Evolution of Belt Holsters, holsters mounted on a belt started showing up around the 1840's according to historical period photographs. Pommel Holsters - Pommel Bag, the first form of gunleather used widely throughout the west was the pommel holster that was used originally by the military in Europe and then in the US colonies. The Civil War intervened, however, proving that the worst of the settlers' troubles was only beginning. This history of Western gunleather has been gathered from several sources and blended together to create what we hope is interesting reading on the background of gun leather. Many of these holsters were unmarked and a few were stamped with the initials of the manufacturer. These were slender in profile and had a deep form-fitting body with sewn in toe plugs to keep debris out and help secure the gun.