A perfect Smith that is for sure so happy birthday. :cool:
I'm glad you still like the original holster you got from me. I hope it is serving you well. I'm making one like it for a customer for...
My primary pistol normally is my M&P 40 compact. It is the right size, great trigger, fits my hands, points naturally for me, I enjoy shooting it...
Get the one that feels right to you.
My choice is the Mossberg 500 because the safety is in the "right" place and makes for one less thing to...
Nice. I like mine and they shoot great.
Here you go so more Model 15 pics... My favorite revolver to shoot. Good find and NEVER sell it. :D
I have a 1930 Western Arms Corp (really Ithaca gun) and with normal steel like mine I can shoot any 2 3/4" load I want including buck and slugs...
Enfield in 303.
I like my 3 classic Smiths... Model 60, 66-1 2.5" and 15-4 4". Covers my needs perfectly.
To stock a gun shop.
You need some good quality leather holsters ;)
In handguns... based on holster customers.
1. J-frame sized guns
Mine is my Kel-tec P3AT in one of my Rough Outs in a back or front pocket carry for my weak hand.
A Model 19 or 66 Smith would be my choice. :D
Here are two of mine both used PD guns that are 100% reliable.
Model 66-1 2.5"...
Thanks for keeping the story going and posting here at THR. Keep the chapter coming. :D
Here is what I carry as primary's...
1. MP40c in a Double Clip
2. S&W 66-1 2.5" (carried it today) in The Slide
Most of my women customers are appendix or 3 o'clock carry. My wife likes 3 o'clock. But depends on your body type.
You have mail Dr. :)
I like HK speed loaders myself. Here is my 15-4 I talked about.
Just get the best of both worlds and get one that snaps on and off.
A good holster and belt make all the difference in the world. Each body type is different, the grip is hardest to conceal and cant plays a role....
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