OK I'm thumbing through my new TW mag, pg 31 a photo of C Perry and the note next to it says he is sporting an bonafide buscadero rig??
OK correct me if I am wrong but the buscadero rig was comprised of a cartridge belt with a slit either cut in it or a slotted hole as on the drop loop that allowed a Mexican loop holster to be draped through it. This innovation was designed supposedly by Texas Rangers and to keep the holster in place so it wouldn't slide around to their back when riding hard.
That photo doesn't show a slit in a cartridge belt nor is their a Mexican loop holster being used. What it appears to be and I would only be making an educated guess is a flap holster that has been sewn (or connected in another way) by the flap on the backside of the cartridge belt.
So my question is in your opinion does this fit the definition of a buscadero rig and is it a true representation when you go by the definition??
Thanks in advance.