be (someone's) huckleberry

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be (someone's) huckleberry

dated To be well or perfectly suited to someone's job, need, or purpose. Primarily heard in US. You need someone to go break your brother out of jail? Buddy, I'm your huckleberry.
See also: huckleberry
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San Pedro has transformed the famous Doc Holliday (Val Kilmer) line, "I'm your huckleberry" into The Huckleberry, a copy of the shoulder holster worn by Kilmer.