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Conceal holster for S&W 327?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Ruzam, Feb 10, 2010.

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  1. Ruzam

    Ruzam Member

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    Hey all, long time reader but first time posting.

    I'm having a rather difficult finding a conceal holster for the S&W 327 .357, I have the 2' barrel on it. I just ordered the Desantis belt holster and I've heard it rides pretty high, so that may work... But since it's pretty damn light, I was thinking more along the lines of either a shoulder holster rig, or an ankle rig if that's what it came down to...

    Any ideas? I've done my fair share of searching but can't seem to find much about the 327 period.

    I also own a Smith 686 4', I do enjoy my smith revolvers.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. dirtygrunt95

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    All you need to look for is a holster for a J frame with the same barrel length. Thats all that really matters.
     
  3. Ruzam

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    That is what I figured, even though the gun itself is rather hefty, I can see that working. Thank you!
     
  4. Steve_NEPhila

    Steve_NEPhila Member

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    NO. A J frame holster will not fit an N framed revolver!!!!!

    Simply Rugged makes outstanding holsters, and they make a strong side belt holster for your 327 (for 10 extra bucks, you can get it with IWB loops). Rob is an outstanding holster maker and I have a number of his holsters, and in my opinion they are the best leather belt holsters for revolvers. Here is the link:

    www.simplyrugged.com
     
  5. Ruzam

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    Ahh, thank you too sir.

    I will look into them.
     
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