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Question about Don Hume H721 OT.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Geister, May 17, 2007.

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  1. Geister

    Geister Member

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    I'm thinking about a Don Hume H721 OT for a Ruger Security Six. However, on the site they have only the Speed Six listed. I'm thinking that the sights on the Security Six will be too big for the holster. Does anyone have any experience with this? Can I use a H721 for a 4" K-frame Smith?

    Also, about how long does it take to get one shipped?

    Please let me know your experiences with the holster.

    Thanks!
     
  2. eagle45

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    I have a H721 OT for a Ruger SP101, a Taurus 85BUL and an XDSC. This holster works well for all of them. If you like to carry with just a t-shirt covering the gun, you'll appreciate the leather bodyshield between you and the gun as well.

    Their website does list a Security Six, it's three up from the Speed Six.

    Can't answer about the 4" K Frame, but if you have the model number you should be able to find out.

    Here's the link for the Security Six:

    http://www.donhume.com/products/ProductsList.cfm?action=SearchByWeapon&WeaponID=112
     
  3. bigmike45

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    Like eagle45, I too have a 721 OT for my Ruger SP-101. It is tightly boned to fit that gun, so it may not fit the another gun. My suggestion is to order the holster to fith the gun you are carrying. I went to their site and they do have the Security Six listed.

    bigmike

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  4. Geister

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    Thanks, that's what I'll do. I was on another site that sells them, gun alley or something, and they didn't have it listed.
     
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