Ruger GP100 & Don Hume Holster


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PALongbow
January 25, 2003, 06:12 PM
Received my new IWB holster (model H715-M) yesterday from Don Hume for my GP100 3" bbl. Gotta say that this holster is quality made and very comfortable while carrying my GP100. At first I thought that just maybe the GP100 was a bit heavy to carry, but after wearing the new holster today while out and about I was very comfortable, and with a pull over fleece sweatshirt I didn't print at all.

Ron

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Rob96
January 26, 2003, 05:49 AM
Fuly agree with you. I have a H715-M for my Rugers P-90 and SP-101, Still need to get one for my KGP-141.

Arub
January 26, 2003, 07:59 AM
I tried to order a PCCH for my GP a couple of weeks ago and found out that they no longer make them. I appreciate the post on the 715M, may order one of those. FWIW, I have a PCCH for a J-Frame revolver and a G23/19/26/27 and they are both terrific holsters as far as fit, finish and function. Expect the same from the 715.

PALongbow
January 26, 2003, 08:48 AM
Arub,

At first I also wanted the PCCH holster but after talking to Monica at Don Hume she mentioned to me that the 715M didn't require me to wear a built due to the clip on the holster. Sometimes I wear a belt and other times I don't, so the 715M worked better for me. I probably forgot to mention that while driving I left the holster and gun in position just behind the hip and I didn't even know I was carrying. I don't want to sound like a commercial here but it needs to be noted. I can honestly say that I found a holster that is comfortable, well priced, molded perfectly to the GP100, and is made of of good quality leather.

Ron

WESHOOT2
January 26, 2003, 02:42 PM
Check Gunners Alley for Hume products.

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