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Rockin' my Redhawk

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by wuluf, Aug 11, 2011.

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  1. wuluf

    wuluf Member

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    My wife and I went for a half hour walk tonight and just for grins I carried my 4" .44 Redhawk instead of the 3" Kimber. Thought it would be..um..painful and was surprised at how comfortably it rides in a Simply Rugged Sourdough holster. Oh, I know it's there, but it's almost twice the weight of the Kimber and not at all uncomfortable. For a half hour, anyway!
     
  2. hardluk1

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    And after 8 hours it may make you think about a quality shoulder or chest holster. They do wear on you as time goes buy.
     
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  3. Lucky Derby

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    I've found that a good belt and holster make all the differnce in the world. The simply rugged is simply the best when it comes to carrying a big, heavy wheelgun.
     
  4. ColtPythonElite

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    The holster and belt make all the difference...I recently went on a 4 day camping trip. I wore a 4" Anaconda in a Tex Shoemaker Hugger Pancake most of the time. It didn't bother me.
     
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    I am a believer in Simply Rugged products. They are wonderful. And that extra heft can be fantastic for your peace of mind.
     
  6. Lucky Derby

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    Yes, despite the extra weight, I am much more comfortable carrying my SP101 than I am carrying my 342Ti.
     
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