Eastwoods "Man with no Name" Gun Rig.

Eastwoods "Man with no Name" Gun Rig.

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$579.41

Rare find — there's only 1 of these in stock.

Overview

Materials

Steel Plate, Steer Hide

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Handmade item

Made to order

Description

This is my version of the movie gun rig as worn by Clint Eastwood in the classic Sergio Leone ‘Spaghetti Westerns’ of the 1960s
A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, and, The Good the Bad and The Ugly.

These films had an enormous impact when I first watched them back in the 1970s and it has long been an ambition to build this Rig, of course there are no patterns available, and I have studied screen shots and pictures of the originals to develop my own patterns, and figure out the techniques needed to add the steel plate lining.

Eastwoods gun rig was specially made by Andy Anderson of Hollywood, who designed the original Western Walk n Draw rig that revolutionised the popular sport of fast Draw in the 1960s.

Clint ordered a ruff out belt and holster with a straight draw, as apposed to the standard forward cant holster.

The belt and holster are two pieces of steer hide laminated and stitched together, it then gets an oil finish to bring out the contrasting colour of the leather.

The belt has a recess to allow the holster to firmly locate on to the belt.
It has 32 sewn loops for 45LC cartridges.

The decorative gunfighter stitching detail was another trademark feature of the Andy Anderson gun-belts.

The holster throat, shank and curved hip plate have a steel lining, like the original, this gives a very solid structure to the holster.

The solid brass buckle has a hammered finish.

The holster is made for the Colt SA Revolver 5 1/2”, although it will take a Navy Pistol, as shown in the pictures here, in the GBU film the gun used was a modified 38 cartridge Navy Pistol, and these are still available from Cimarron firearms.

If you have a hip measurement of over 44” please contact me before purchasing as the rough out shoulders I use for this belt have a limited width.

Thanks for looking.
This is my version of the movie gun rig as worn by Clint Eastwood in the classic Sergio Leone ‘Spaghetti Westerns’ of the 1960s
A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, and, The Good the Bad and The Ugly.

These films had an enormous impact when I first watched them back in the 1970s and it has long been an ambition to build this Rig, of course there are no patterns available, and I have studied screen shots and pictures of the originals to develop my own patterns, and figure out the techniques needed to add the steel plate lining.

Eastwoods gun rig was specially made by Andy Anderson of Hollywood, who designed the original Western Walk n Draw rig that revolutionised the popular sport of fast Draw in the 1960s.

Clint ordered a ruff out belt and holster with a straight draw, as apposed to the standard forward cant holster.

The belt and holster are two pieces of steer hide laminated and stitched together, it then gets an oil finish to bring out the contrasting colour of the leather.

The belt has a recess to allow the holster to firmly locate on to the belt.
It has 32 sewn loops for 45LC cartridges.

The decorative gunfighter stitching detail was another trademark feature of the Andy Anderson gun-belts.

The holster throat, shank and curved hip plate have a steel lining, like the original, this gives a very solid structure to the holster.

The solid brass buckle has a hammered finish.

The holster is made for the Colt SA Revolver 5 1/2”, although it will take a Navy Pistol, as shown in the pictures here, in the GBU film the gun used was a modified 38 cartridge Navy Pistol, and these are still available from Cimarron firearms.

If you have a hip measurement of over 44” please contact me before purchasing as the rough out shoulders I use for this belt have a limited width.

Thanks for looking.

Shipping & returns

Ready to ship in 4–6 weeks
From United Kingdom
$27.27 shipping to United States, 20149
Returns and exchanges accepted
Exceptions may apply. See return policy

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Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
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The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Items on sale

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Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.