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Recommend a Holster For Ruger SP101, Please

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by sigbear, Aug 6, 2008.

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  1. sigbear

    sigbear Member

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    I am picking up a new Ruger Sp101 tomorrow and will be needing a holster, I want a Brown leather pancake or small of back holster, any recommendations appreciated.

    Sigbear
     
  2. 19-3Ben

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    I have a Desantis Speed Scabbard that I LOVE.

    My IWB for my SP101 is an AKJ Concealco. Also fantastic, and made even nicer than the speed scabbard.
     
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    Galco Highrise or Galco SMB
     
  5. texas bulldog

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    this seems to come up a lot. i myself went through lots of the past threads looking for advice. after trying a few and not being satisfied with any of them, i recently went with a clipdraw, and i love it. cheaper than a leather holster, more concealable, more comfortable, more convenient to take on and off...no real drawbacks in my mind. and i personally have no fear of the adrenaline-proof heavy trigger going off in my pants. YMMV
     
  6. thirdeagle

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    +1 for the silver dollar pancake from simply rugged
     
  7. wrightd

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    I wouldn't mess with a SOB holster. Too dangerous IMO.
     
  8. Dr. Snubnose

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    My IWB holster for the Sp is an Alessi Talon...great holster, great warranty, great guy running the show...Doc
     
  9. Hunter0924

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    Galco pancake.
     
  10. dadof3

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    I have a Simply Rugged "silver Dollar" on the way and when you order for an extra $10 you can get the inside out tabs, so you can use it OWB or IWB.Plus you can get it with 2 or 3 belt slots for strong side or cross draw.
     
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    Don Hume Double Nine...pancake type. Works well for my 3.06" SP101
     
  12. Srigs

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    Check out my site for The Slide.
     
  13. Nickelboy

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    I'm in the market too. Does anyone have pics actually wearing the holster they are suggesting?
     
  14. coinshooter

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    I will second the simply rugged great deal
     
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    This one isn't mine...mine has a retention strap..but it gives you an idea of the Don Hume Double Nine holster.
     

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    I used Galco Concealables before my current Milt Sparks PMK holsters. Simply Rugged will have a much shorter delivery time than Milt Sparks. Edited to add: Congratulations on your choice of the SP101; they are great little fiveguns! I am up to three of the .357 snubbies, two of those customs, in varying hammer configurations, plus one in .32 with a 4" barrel.
     
  17. bentbill

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    Just got my Silver Dollar Pancake from Rob at Simply Rugged. Good quality. good fit to my SP-101, comfortable on strong side and cross draw, and received it 24 days after ordering.

    I'm happy!

    Bill
     
  18. Daizee

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    I made my own for the SP101.
    Mine's a 4" .22, but I sized it to take a 3" .357 someday.
    Nevermind that the cylinder flutes won't line up...
    Pancakes are WAY comfortable with the SP, and very slim. Start with that if you're unsure. Lots of room to adjust around belt loops, etc.

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    -Daizee
     
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    Another vote for Simply Rugged!
     
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