Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by cowboy77845, Apr 10, 2019.
It does balance well. Changed the grips to beefier Eaglegrips rosewood grips to reduce slipping during recoil.
Had it for over a decade and very pleased with it.
May one ask the maker name of that holster?
It's an 'Idaho Leather' 41D-1 shoulder holster. Unfortunately, as far as I can tell, after sixty years of making leather products, the company stopped a few years ago.
Here's an article about the company: http://missoulian.com/lifestyles/territory/article_446cbe94-809f-11df-a547-001cc4c002e0.html
Well that sucks that holster looks awesome and looks like it really supports tbe weight of the gun.
I have a 6 inch S&W 20 and passed on a 4 inch version. I've come to realize magnum revolvers need the corresponding longer barrel to realize their full potential. I have 3 short barrel 357's and although they are aesthetically pleasing I am sure they are in no way reaching their ballistic potential.
For me, for a Redhawk playing the role of belt gun, I prefer the 4.2” Redhawk. For hunting or field shooting, I want 7.5”. The 5.5” kind of falls into a no man’s land for me.
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