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Bodyguard model holsters? Help?!

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by english kanigit, Sep 17, 2006.

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  1. english kanigit

    english kanigit Member

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    I've done a few forum searches and not come up with much...


    Any good suggestions for a S&W model 38 holster? I'm looking for a friction fit, pancake style but I'm open to suggestions.


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    ek
     
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  3. pokynojoe

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    Try here: www.simplyrugged.com. I have one of his little pancake holsters for a model 37 for about three years now. It's great, and you can't beat the price, about 30 bucks I think.

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  4. english kanigit

    english kanigit Member

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    Excellent links. Thank you gentlemen.
     
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    Simply Rugged

    Hey Pokie,
    I got a right hand, black Simply Rugged belt holster for your bodyguard if you are interested. I don't use it, but it is slightly used. Sell it for $15 shipped to you if interested.
     
  6. RustyShackelford

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    Bianchi-Blackhawk J-frame .38spl holsters

    Bianchi sells a great CC holster for J-frame Bodyguard/hammerless .38spl revolvers;

    www.bianchi-intl.com

    Blackhawk sells a good holster for small frame S&W J-frames too;

    www.blackhawk.com

    The Blackhawk model is based on the highly respected Berns Martin rig that was used in the 60s/70s by many cops/PIs/security guards/etc.

    Rusty
     
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