Ruger SP101 Holster Suggestions?

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  1. bigmike45

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    ZEBCO,

    This is my Don Hume 721 OT for my 3" SP-101. It works perfect for my 2" as well.

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  2. bulbboy

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    K & D Holster's Laredo Defender

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  3. thirdeagle

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    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.
     
  4. crebralfix

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    bulbboy,

    Does K&D offer that holster with full muzzle coverage? I see an uncovered muzzle like that and my night sights cringe!
     
  5. Robert Hairless

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    Just curious: why?
     
  6. dadof3

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    Does anyone have a pic of the 2 1/4 in a Don Hume JIT slide?:)
    I may pick one of these up till I can either get the K&D or Simply Rugged.
     
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  7. crebralfix

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    Replacement lamps are expensive! I have bumped into things for whatever reason and the front sight took the hit.
     
  8. dadof3

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    K&D also make a 3" version that may be able to work with thr 2" gun and cover it past the front site, but not be to long.
     
  9. DWH

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    Don Hume 721 OT

    Great holster! Fits high and tight, and doesn't break the bank!
     
  10. hoptob

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    It's called "CQC Inside the Pants Holster" for S&W J-frame.

    Mike
     
  11. novaDAK

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    Thanks for the info! I'll forward this info on to an aquaintance who just got a new SP101 2.25" DAO :)
     
  12. Glockman17366

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    I carry my SP101 (3.06" barrel) in a Don Hume Double Nine holster. Works well, good quality and not too expensive.
    Mine has a retention strap...I prefer those over rententsion holsters. The Double Nine is available with or without a strap.
     
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  13. eagle45

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    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.
     
  14. dadof3

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    Thanks eagle45, I'll may go the 721OT route then,
     
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