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Nylon J-frame pocket holsters

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by AgentAdam, Apr 20, 2009.

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  1. AgentAdam

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    What are my options for a J-frame pocket holster made out of tough ballistic grade cordura Nylon?

    I would also like some type of synthetic suede interior so it doesn't wear the black anodized finish off of my brand new S&W 360 1 7/8" snub so long as the interior of the holster can hold up. I know the finish will wear on the edges eventually so its not a necessity.
     
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  3. ArmedBear

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    My DeSantis Nemesis fits great, stays put, and keeps the 642 forward and upright so it's easy to draw but doesn't hang out of my pocket.

    So far, it's protected the revolver from wear.

    Remember that dirt, sand, etc. inside the holster probably cause more wear than the holster will. Keep it clean.
     
  4. AgentAdam

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    I'm kinda torn between the Desanti and Bianchi. I don't want to buy one and it end up sitting in the dresser. I know pocket holsters are about as personal as guns themself. I will probably go with the Bianchi pocket holster but i really need to see them in person. I defenatly want to get one of the Desanti pocket magazine holders.
     
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    Does Bianchi still make a Nylon J-frame pocket holster? I didn't see any on there website.
     
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