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Holster for GP100

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by ruger1228, Jun 20, 2010.

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  1. ruger1228

    ruger1228 Member

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    Just got a new GP100 4". I am thinking of getting a Galco DAO104 holster. I would like to hear from anyone who has this holster and what they think of it.
    Thanks for the help
    thom
     
  2. GunsAreGood

    GunsAreGood Member

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    Sorry I cant help with the holster but congrats on the new GP100. They are great firearms.
     
  3. rbrtweber85

    rbrtweber85 Member

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    I just bought that holster for my gp100. You can't beat it for a quality outdoors or hunting rig. Its definately not a ccw rig.
     
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    Sorry bad post
     
  5. Zundfolge

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    Galco makes decent stuff so you can't really go wrong with it. If you like the design of the holster it should do you fine.

    I happen to dislike thumb strap holsters and prefer a quality molded holster for retention (but I can see wanting a thumb strap if you were going to wear the gun while riding motorcycles/4-wheelers or on horseback). I also prefer a pancake style holster as it spreads the weight of the gun over a larger area making it a bit more comfortable to carry (and it moves around a lot less).

    If you want a holster that can be used for concealment, take a look at the Simply Rugged Sourdough and get the IWB loops for it.

    [​IMG]

    I've got one for my Dan Wesson 14-2 Snubbie (which is about the size of your GP-100 only with a 2.5" barrel) and it carries real well both OWB and IWB (although I did the IWB thing a little different)
     
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    Simply Rugged!!!!!!
     
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