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Rubberband holder with Ladysmith

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Steve Smith, Dec 28, 2002.

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  1. Steve Smith

    Steve Smith Moderator Emeritus

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    Rubberband holster with Ladysmith

    Ok, first of all, I gotta get one of these Ladysmiths for myself. I've heard quite a few guys talk about carrying them, and now I know why.

    I'm at home visiting my mom, and she has a Ladysmith and a Taurus 617T. I wrapped the grips with several large rubberbands, way up high behind the prawl and shoved it in my waistband at 4 o'clock. Snug perfect fit, wouldn't move unless I wanted it too...grip barely visible over waistband. Blouse out my shirt a little and I'm set.

    You guys know I wouldn't do anything unsafe with this, so please spare me the warnings. For me, this is a way to EASILY carry a REAL gun (.357 Mag) and just wear a a tee shirt and jeans. I love it.
     
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    I will take my S&W 13 3" and just tuck it in at 4 O'clock many times when I am just going to the store.
     
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    They are handy lil pieces, are they not? :D Watch your tender parts wif that Mexican carry! :eek:
     
  4. fal308

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    The rubberband carry has been around for many years. Buddies of mine would carry that way offduty some twenty-odd years ago and they got the idea from some old veterans back then.
     
  5. rick458

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    the Wife had a 3914 I liked everything about it but the trigger I have been spoiled by nice single actions wil no take up. dont the rubber bands pull the fur off you guys or is a tee shirt involved?
     
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    I'm Thinking about buying one of those Ladysmith's. Yes or no???Are they easy to conceal? Easy to carry all day?? Let me know. Thanks
     
  7. 4v50 Gary

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    The rubberband was how I influenced my friend to buy one for his wife. He watched me as I dangled my S&W M317 like a yo-yo - letting it go and snapping it back up again and again. Can't do the fancy twirl like in Tombstone (or was it Gunfight at OK Corral), but I can drop it and snap it back. :D
     
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