New,reproduction M1916 holster from ATF. These are nearly as good as our Kirkman M1916 holsters- the only real difference being the leather. These are made with imported materials rather than American ones. These are NOT sold by any other company. And these don't smell like a urinal as do so many other repro holsters.
These fit unmodified M1911 pistols.
Although we have put an M1911 in each holster and closed the flap, the holsters are still not broken in. Holsters are like new leather shoes, not slippers- the pistol won't just fall in- it needs to be shoved in the first few times. Breaking them in is simple- take the pistol in and out several times, and twist it around a bit. Or, just leave it in the holster for a few days. It will loosen up.
There are dozens, perhaps hundreds, of methods posted on the internet about how best to break in holsters. Many are utterly insane. Some involve hot water, oil, heating vents, and household appliances. We recommend nothing other than working the weapon into the holster by hand! Holsters damaged or destroyed due to break-in attempts gone wrong are not returnable.