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BREAK LEATHER


1. BREAK LEATHER
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Term used (by old street cops) to describe drawing service revolver from a Hoyt break front leather holster... "I had to break leather on that Adam-Henry to get him to put his hands up."
by Todd Blankenship on Jun 27, 2012

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