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Holster sp 101 - 4.25"

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by greyghost01, Apr 7, 2014.

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  1. greyghost01

    greyghost01 Member

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    Have been looking for holster for this revolver, Have placed an order for a chest rig for it, But would like to find a hip or cross draw if anybody has news of one, Would appreciate it , Thanks
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  2. CSC_Saint

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    Got a crossdraw holster that sits at 45 degree angle so it works real well as an appendix holster too. Mernickle leather\holsters, can't remember their name. I just know its Mernickle. Great folks, and it only took a about 3 weeks to get it. 120ish with tax and shipping.

    Look in the field carry section for their cross draw holsters. The one I got is the FC13 I think.
     
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    Simply Rugged works for me.
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    Bianchi UM84R 4" barrel....

    I had a black nylon 4" barrel UM84R holster for my Ruger GPNY .38spl.
    I wore it on security details. It's like the milspec M12/UM92 series holster for the Beretta M9 service pistol.
    The UM84R is available in OD, black & woodland camo. It's made for K/L frame .38-.357magnum revolvers but may fit a 4.25" barrel SP101.
    You can convert the holster from right to left, crossdraw, shoulder or tanker etc.
    I don't think it fits the SAS/drop leg add on but it can be used nearly every other way. You can wear it with the nylon flap or without(I used both methods).
     
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