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OWB (Pancake) for M29 4"

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by gbw, Nov 14, 2011.

  1. gbw

    gbw Well-Known Member

    I'm looking for top quality leather, lined, high-ride strong side pancake style holster w/thumb break for S&W N-frame 4" (M57).

    And for K-frames, M66s and 19s, both 4" and 2.5-3".

    Googling holster makers brings up a very long and bewildering variety, most of whom I've never heard of.

    I know revolvers are sort of a fading market, are there any of the better makers out there left offering this sort of leather?

  2. JTQ

    JTQ Well-Known Member

    Simply Rugged is usually one of the first recommended for the big revolvers. I don't think they line them though.

    I've seen a few guys on the forum with Lobo Gun Leather pancakes that look nice. Most have been for little j-frames, but he does offer them for the larger revolvers and does offer a thumb break.

    El Paso Saddlery is another option.

    Tucker makes a pancake that you can get lined, but no thumb break. They used to offer it, but like most, have stopped offering them.

    You can get the Andrews "Saddle Style" with a thumb break, but I'm not sure it is available for revolvers. I just never looked.
  3. gbw

    gbw Well-Known Member

    Thanks, JT. Lobo looks to have good possibilities, also El Paso and Black Hills.
  4. Viper225

    Viper225 Well-Known Member

    I have Lobo Model 1 Pancake holsters for my 2" J Frame, and 3" 625. I have the Enhanced Pancakes for my 310 Night Guard, 610 N Frame 4", 64 HB 4".

    I have mine all Detail Boned, and with Inner Hammer Shields. Thumb Break and Lined are Options. From the e-mail order till you have it in hand should be under 6 weeks. I normally e-mail my order getting on the list, and doing a price check, then mail Ray a check.

    Ray also makes his version of an Avenger. Another great 1911 holster.


  5. gbw

    gbw Well-Known Member

    I need (eh? well, want then) 3 or 4. Based on the recommendations and their excellent site I'll try Lobo. Thanks guys.

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