Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by zebco, Jul 18, 2008.
This is my Don Hume 721 OT for my 3" SP-101. It works perfect for my 2" as well.
My silver dollar pancake arrived yesterday - a little over a month from the order to my door. My Sp101 fits snug but not so snug to inhibit a quick draw. Reholstering is a breeze but a little breakin will be necessary to get the Sp101 fully seated. The inside out loops are sturdy and between the loops and a good belt the holster does not move an inch when carried IWB. The loops allow a slight cant allowing me to conceal the Sp101 with Hogue grips with minimal printing. Overall quality is excellent; good leather, good stitchwork. The holster is not as rigid as I anticipated but I think the "suppleness" of the leather and maleability of the holster is a plus.
The holster was well worth the time and $.
Definitely getting a simply rugged holster for my GP100.
Does K&D offer that holster with full muzzle coverage? I see an uncovered muzzle like that and my night sights cringe!
Just curious: why?
I may pick one of these up till I can either get the K&D or Simply Rugged.
Replacement lamps are expensive! I have bumped into things for whatever reason and the front sight took the hit.
Great holster! Fits high and tight, and doesn't break the bank!
It's called "CQC Inside the Pants Holster" for S&W J-frame.
Mine has a retention strap...I prefer those over rententsion holsters. The Double Nine is available with or without a strap.
I don't have a pic, but I do have a couple of the JIT slide holsters. I will wear one if I am going to be driving for awhile, they are more comfortable in a seated position. However once I'm out of the car I prefer the 721 OT. The JIT slide is a comfortable holster to wear, but you'll find your revolver will 'flop around' a little bit in it. It doesn't hold the weapon against the body quite as well. I have one for my XD and it does the same thing. Great holster for a Makarov though.
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