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cross draw holster for a 629 4"

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by tcrocker, Aug 2, 2008.

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  1. tcrocker

    tcrocker Member

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    :confused:I just got myself an S&W 629 4". And now I need a good holster. I am looking for one that I can use in the field or in town. And does enyone make an express sight for the smith I seen one on a Ruger Redhawk, and fount one at Midway But can't find one for the smith.:confused:
     
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  2. realmswalker

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    This might get a better response in revolvers. Unless I am mistaken and it's a semi auto
     
  3. BlindJustice

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    Milt Sparks makes a few holsterss for wheelguns

    http://www.miltsparks.com/
    select Products then All Other Holsters

    The only model they make with the crossdraw cant is
    the #HSR aka Hackathorn Special/Revolver

    I have the #200AW with the Lined option - instead of making
    the holster out of one piece of 12 oz leather with the rough side in,
    the Lined version is two pieces of 6-7 oz leather with the rough sides
    blued together, so the gun resides with smooth leather, as you will
    read in the description, it has a tension screw that is tapered and will
    not back off, mine has the Basket weave but the Decorative stitch looks
    pretty good too for "going to town." Mine is built for a 4" Bbl. L-frame
    and with a vest/light windbreaker ccws.

    I'd also advise to get one of the MS belts 1 1/2" to support the heavy N-frame you have. I got one, and another for my son-in-law who works construction and hangs stuff on his and sez it's the best belt he's ever had
    as is mine.

    THe Cordovan is a deep rich brown

    Randall
     
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