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Hunting holster/gunbelt for a 7.5" Redhawk

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by DynaBMan, Oct 9, 2006.

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  1. DynaBMan

    DynaBMan Member

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    I have been looking around and trying to decide what kind of holster/gunbelt I would use for hunting with my Redhawk this year. I have been leaning towards an Uncle Mike's Sidekick worn cross draw on a 2 1/4" duty belt. It seems to be the most efficient method of carrying a revolver of that size to hunt with and also the least costly. (I don't mean to be a cheap skate, but sometimes, a fella has to do what a fella has to do.) Anyone else carry that way around here? What would you folks recommend?
     
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    Galco makes a holster and a belt for it. Its cross draw. I was thinking of getting one for my superblackhawk.
     
  3. DynaBMan

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    Those are nice looking holsters, but I am afraid that is out of my price range. I had a guy that sells Uncle Mike's equipment bring me a gunbelt today, but it is to big in the waist. Even though I can adjust it smaller, it makes it too bulky for my taste. I will have to find the correct size, if that is the way I go. I have also thought about getting a good quality gunbelt to use with the Sidekick. :confused: So many choices and not enough money to go around. Oh well.
     
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    Well when I make any purchase for my firearms, I always ask myself what type of hell is this thing going to have to go through and also how long do I want to keep it before I get rid of it. Honestly the galco would be money well spent. But if you currently need something quick and dirty look for a ballistic nylon bandoleer style holster.
     
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    My dad and I both use Triple K holsters. Very similar to the Ruger hoster he already had. Basic leather flap holster with a snap. The one he already had didn't use a snap, it has a swivel type thingy that I obviously don't know the name of. For a belt I use a 2" or so $12 walmart utility/workmans belt. Usually found in the hardware section, not the 1" width found with the clothes. The belt could stand to be thicker, I was surprised how well it works.

    Fezwig

    http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/templates/links/link.jsp?id=0010028222005a&type=product&cmCat=search&returnPage=search-results1.jsp&QueryText=triple+K+holster&N=4887&Ntk=Products&Ntx=mode+matchall&Nty=1&Ntt=triple+K+holster&noImage=0
     
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    Uncle Mike's

    For this season, I am settling for an Uncle Mike's Sidekick, with a 2 1/4" duty belt. Next year, I hope to get a Galco, either crossdraw or bandolier shoulder holster.
     
  8. Essex County

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    Since I hunt from my vehicle I prefer shoulder holsters for large revolvers. I just got a Bianchi HuSH for my super Blackhawk and I'm quite pleased with it. Essex
     
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