Here we are offering a George Lawrence Company Drop Loop Gun Belt & Holster in 90% New Condition showing only draw stains in the holster chamois lining. This would have been considered among the high rigs available from the George Lawrence Company with almost every option available for the holster as you can see by the part number on the holster. This complete George Lawrence Company Drop Loop Gun Belt & Holster are made from premium saddle skirting leather black and tooled with a beautiful basket weave design.
The Drop Loop Gun Belt #50 B was the George Lawrence Company top of the line Drop Loop with the B in the number designating Basket weave designed leather. This Drop Loop Gun Belt measures 41” to the center hole on the belt strap and adjusts from 39” at the smallest setting up to 43” at the largest setting although the belt is marked 40”, also the belt has 30 individual 22 caliber bullet loops all tight and intact.
The holster for this Drop Loop Gun Belt is made to fit a Ruger Bearcat with a 4” barrel as specified by the #580 in the part number and it is made for the right hand shooter. The holster is a model #130 Jock Strap Side Holster the L in the part number specifies Black thong lacing along the welt edge and toe, the B specifies the leather is basket weave design, the S specifies the site guard in the holster, the C specifies the Chamois lining throughout the inside of the holster, the T specifies the leg tie down which the original is included and finally the D specifies the holster is black in color. Also on the jock strap for this holster has the initials N A in the same tooling pattern as the rest of the rig.
The Drop Loop Gun Belt has the earlier football shaped George Lawrence Company Portland maker mark logo dating it from the 1920s through the late 1940s while the Holster has the standard George Lawrence Company Portland Oregon maker mark logo dating it from the late 1940s to the 1980s. The set was probably from the late 1940s or early 1950s when the makers marks would have overlapped in usage as stock was used then remade.