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Rush Service


With this service, we are in a difficult situation. High Noon always likes to please the customer. We do just about anything to make you a happy customer. In fact, we have a squeaky clean reputation across the web. But with a rush service we are operating under different conditions to get the desired outcome…


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Order Status


We ship all our custom made holsters within 6 weeks from date of order. Custom made holsters require many different steps to be completed in order to give you the highest quality holster that has been made to your specifications. Our "stocking" items ship within 5 days, however, most ship within 24 hours. We ship…


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Sight Track


This is what High Noon holsters uses as its stitched in site track. Click here for an extreme close up view. The material is a one piece molded synthetic, produced exclusively for High Noon Holsters. As you can see it is a class act all the way, it creates a nice barrier between your guns front…


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Phony Site Track


The picture on the left is a very common way to do a sight track in the industry. First thing we do not like is that stitching running across the length of your guns slide, creating even more wear points for the gun. Next, depending on the leather that was used in the manufacturing…


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Extreme Close Up Site Track



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Lining


Not many holster makers offer lined holsters. The fact of the matter is that its anexpensive, messy, time consuming process. Also, because of the pure craftsmanship involved, lining may well be its own art form. Its a difficult process, but when done correctly produces an extraordinary unique piece of art. So, in other words!! Its…


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Extreme Close Up Rough Side Smooth Side


Not many holster makers offer lined holsters. The fact of the matter is that its anexpensive, messy, time consuming process. Also, because of the pure craftsmanship involved, lining may well be its own art form. Its a difficult process, but when done correctly produces an extraordinary unique piece of art. So, in other words!! Its…


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Rough Side Smooth Side


We like to use rough side out for our inside the waistband holsters while not as pleasing to the eye as the smooth side out, it does a MUCH better job of gripping your pants and not shifting. The majority of the guys who use there guns…


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Closed Bottom Holster


As you can see this is an outdated closed bottom holster design still sold today by some makers.It is longer then it needs to be. It serves no purpose, stay away. Its like carrying a Qt of Milk In A One Gallon Container.


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Open Muzzle



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Molding on front of holster



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