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Nordic Holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by balin, Dec 30, 2010.

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  1. balin

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    I am trying to come up with a holster for when I am out x-country/backcountry skiing. Most likely for a revolver such as my 386 snubby or 329 4 inch, I have others(629,Ruger Alaskan,S&W 65,1911,CZ's etc.) but want to carry something light. I want it to stay concealed to not agitate anyone I run into(my choice). Shoulder holster wouldn't work well with all the poling. IWB would be uncomfortable/awkward. The belly band didn't work so well. A chest rig maybe but it would be slow to get to, plus some times I carry a light pack. The same holster would probably work well hiking/climbing in the summer I would think.
     
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  3. balin

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    That would work out ok for my 329 but would be a bit of over kill for my 386.
     
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    I won't wear one in everyday life but when I'm hiking(will work for any outdoor activity) I carry in a DeSantis Gunny Sack. They keep the weapon safe, out of the elements and no one even gives it a second glance out in the field...

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  5. balin

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    I will try out one of my fanny packs later today. I had forgot about them for some reason. Thanks all.
     
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