This South-Western inspired holster design was created for and used in the remake of the classic Western, "3:10 to Yuma" starring Russell Crowe, Christian Bale, Peter Fonda and Ben Foster. This is a photo of one of the actual holsters used in the movie. It is shown distressed, but distressing isn't included in the price quoted above.
This is a reproduction of Jesse James' Schofield holster. David Carrico asked me to reproduce and carve this holster for Brad Pitt to use in the movie
"The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford". The original was black, but this natural oiled color was used for the movie. The holster is on a reproduction of Jesse's cartridge belt.
To fit the actor, Michael Biehn, who played Johnny Ring in "Tombstone", this belt had to be shortened to fit. The billet was taken off, two cartridge loops were removed, two nickel spots were pulled out and the billet was sewn back on with a different stitch, a little off center of the belt. This rig has been reproduced exactly like it appeared in the movie.
I couldn't find the conchos, so I reproduced them myself. Aging, as shown in this photo, is an extra not included in the price above.