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Old July 17, 2014, 11:27 AM   #1
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Bianchi UM 84R chest rig

I have a Bianchi UM84R holster for my 4" security six. Bianchi says the 84R is not compatible with their M13 chest harness. Does anyone have any experience with these? Why isn't it compatible, and could it be modified to work with the 84R?
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Old July 22, 2014, 07:10 PM   #2
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Bianchi rigs.....

Alas, not all Bianchi UM series add ons work with the R holster.
I owned a black UM84R that I used often in the 2000s for work.
I packed my GPNY .38spl 4" or a K frame nickeled model 10 4"(security firm issue). I looked into the UM84 shoulder holster & chest harness add ons too.

You might try Simply Rugged or Diamond D Leather(AK). Those firms make tanker type revolver holsters.
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