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Crossdraw CCW holster for SP101 3"?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by chorlton, Apr 7, 2006.

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  1. chorlton

    chorlton Member

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    Can anyone recommend a decent holster for my new SP101. This is my first handgun and I will eventually be carrying it. I'm medium/small framed and I think that a well positioned crossdraw holster will conceal best for me. One that could also be used strong side would be even better!
     
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    I've got a Bianchi Black Widow strong side for mine, got it because it can handle the short and long barrels as I have both. A crossdraw would be a good carry for the SP, let us know what you get.
     
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    Thanks for the info. I would love to get myself a nice custon holster, but first I want to get a cheaper mass-produced one to be sure its what I need. I suppose a 3" revolver is a pretty small chunk of the holster market :confused:
     
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    Anyone have an opinion on the Bianchi 7500 accumold holster in a size 3?
     
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    For Quality Leather Holsters

    check out Kirkpatrick Leather of Laredo, Texas~!:cool: :D

    BTW, with the cost of leather goods rising so sharply over
    the last few year's, at Kirkpatrick customer orders are
    processed as they are received; first come, first served.
    As there are NO mass produced leather goods lying in
    shelves.
     
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    I'm not a fan of the mass-produced Bianchi stuff. The Don Hume stuff is pretty good. I have some of it and it's my "$--t kicker" rig for when the nicer leather is not to be scuffed or dirtied in the mud or woods.

    Another guy to consider who is not any priceier than Bianchi is Wild Bill's Concealment.
     
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    I got the Bianchi Black Widow because it was light, economical,and I really didn't know what would be best, when I first got my SP101 3in. Well, I'm still using it, and have no desire to try anything else.
     
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