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Best CC holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by firefighter 46, Aug 10, 2010.

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  1. firefighter 46

    firefighter 46 Member

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    What is a good CC holster for a S&W mod 642: airweight?
     
  2. Nasty

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    Depends on your build...a DeSantis Nemesis works well for me in either my front or back right pocket.

    6'4", 250# carried in chest and shoulders.
     
  3. gofastman

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    Alessi Talon Plus. build quality is top notch, worth the price and wait.
    maybe look at the DEEP COVER too.
     
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    I have a FIST K6 in ultra thin kydex that is great. It is super thin and light.
     
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    Mika pocket holsters are my favorite mode of carry for j-frames. I use a nice RKBA pocket holster in my ranch coat for winter carry too.
     
  7. S&Wfan

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    Again, it greatly depends on your build . . . as well as your preferred method of carry . . . and the type of clothes you will be wearing.

    Give us a few more details if you will. Thanks!
     
  8. firefighter 46

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    I have found IWB carry to be easiest for me. I use a Ken Null IWB for my sp-101 with a 3 inch barrel. I use an Simply Rugged Sourdough Pancake OWB for my Redhawk. I am 5' 10" at 170 lbs.
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