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High-ride OWB holster for a J frame?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by burrhead, Apr 18, 2009.

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  1. burrhead

    burrhead Member

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    I’ve gotten too fat for IWB holsters in my waning years. Looking for an extremely high-riding OWB leather holster for a S&W J frame. Suggestions?

    TIA
     
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    Don Hume JIT. Well made and inexpensive.
     
  3. ArchAngelCD

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    Along with the Don Hume JIT take a look at the Silver Dollar Pancake from Simply Rugged.
     
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    I use the El Paso Saddelry Street Combat or the D.M. Bullard Combat. They are very similar pancake style holsters. I also use them for my N Frame 327 and my full sized 1911.
     
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    I 2nd the Dom Hume

    be safe
     
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    Mernickle PS6DA It is very high ride.
     
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    Kramer Belt Scabbard

    The Kramer belt scabbard for a J frame rides very high and tight to the body. I own one, and the picture below is from the Kramer website:

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  9. burrhead

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    Thanks for all the good suggestions. Looks like the D.M. Bullard Combat fits the bill. I'll call him tomorrow.
     
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    http://www.simplyrugged.com/

    I bought a sharkskin holster for my 642, a GREAT holster and a great person to work with.
    Check out his endorsements.
     
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