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Recommend a Holster for a S&W 627-5 4"

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by HoosierQ, Feb 17, 2011.

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  1. HoosierQ

    HoosierQ Member

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    Uncle Mike's makes one that fits a wide range of revolvers this size. However I am having trouble finding references to it at sites like Bianchi, Galco, etc.

    Any 627 owners out there with a holster recommendation? I am looking at a belt holster with some sort of retention. I would even consider , maybe ever prefer, one with a full military type flap. Leather or synthetic. Just looking for some options.

    I can make my own as I have done but I am not nearly as good at holsters as I am at knife sheaths for two simple reasons: a) I get a lot of practice on knife sheaths and, b) holsters are WAY more difficult to get right.

    I am sure Milt Sparks could hook me up but I would like to explore stock holsters first as this is not something that I will carry nearly so often...won't be EDCing my 627...that's what my 642 is for.

    Please comment.
     
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    You might want to try Lobo gunleather. He is very resonable, quality work, and takea about 3-4 weeks for the holster. He pretty much only communicates by e-mail, but you send a question in the morning you have a response that evening. He made an IWB holster for my 625 with a 4".
     
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    Bianchi would be model B5HL for S&W .44 in 4 inch. That is a thumb break style high ride.
     
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    Thanks guys. This is some good info.
     
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    That would be 5BHL
     
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