So while Dolt was around, all of the Dolt hammer holsters have been historically colorful, but then these white Doltsters surfaced. The Dolt holsters are stamped with a large Dolt piton logo, but have no model letter stamp, and have no “USA” stamp. They are constructed with steel rivets and zinc plated steel washers, and the nylon is medium thick between Dolt’s original holster thickness. The hammer holder tube is short.
Photo shows three different thicknesses of the Dolt nylon holsters.
Bill died sometime between Christmas 1971 and New Years Day. I know that after Bill had passed, the Dolt Co. still sold Dolt items for a few more years. I see in the Summit magazines that the Dolt Bashies and Bolt Hangers were advertised through 1973. A Dolt Nut tool named the Nutcracker was made by Don Lauria from the left over Dolt piton blanks and sold trough 1975.
The Dolt name then sold to a company that created sewn goods. Dolt fanny packs, Dolt backpacks, Dolt chalkbags, and Dolt accessory bags.
Dolt ad in Summit magazine May 1973