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Holster for a Ruger .45?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by msta999, Aug 18, 2008.

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  1. msta999

    msta999 Member

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    Hi all,
    I would like to get a holster for my new .45. Anyone know of a good shoulder holster? I try'd one at the gun shop, but it felt too floppy, only secured at the belt and just kind of hung there. I figure I would go with a shoulder holster so it will be out of site. It will be mainly for back woods and some trips to remote AK. Even back woods here in W Wash, you still run into people, don't want to scare them, or ware anything that will make me stick out. I'm in the process of getting a gun permit now.
     
  2. JesseL

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    You're going to have to be a little more specific.

    Is it a Ruger P90 or P345 in .45 ACP, or a Blackhawk, Super Blackhawk, Redhawk, or Super Redhawk in .45 Colt or .454 Casull?
     
  3. P90shooter

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    Hey OP Im also a Ruger owner. I have the P90 and I was looking for a holster. I went to the Fort Worth gun show and found a gentelman that works for DL Bullard who said that they are willing to make a holster for ANY gun available including Ruger. I am going to be ordering my holster at the end of his month.

    Just a little personal background, my buddy bought one from him at the last gun show and he loves it. He got the Texas conceal carry. I like DM'sDual carry because it can be used as both IWB and OWB... WOW sorry to sound like I work for him but I dont. Just a fan of his work.
     
  4. msta999

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    Sorry, yes the P90
     
  5. JesseL

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    You might check out some of the makers listed in this thread. The P90 has been around long enough and is popular enough that a lot of quality holster makers have models to fit them.

    My own experiences with El Paso Saddlery and Desantis have been very positive.

    The only other advice I can offer is to stay away from cheap nylon and generic fit holsters.
     
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    Thanks Jesse, lots to go through, but good info.
     
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