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S&W 3913 holster dilemma...

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Parke1, Jan 15, 2003.

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  1. Parke1

    Parke1 Member

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    Ok, here goes. I recently purchased a S&W 3913, so now the holster issue must be tackled. I'm thinking currently about buying a Don Hume thumb-break clip-on IWB, and a fobus paddle holster for it. My dad carries his 3914 in one of the above mentioned Don Hume rigs, and it's really comfortable. The fobus would be used for IDPA matches, and just general usage at the range.

    For both of these holsters plus shipping I'm looking at about $70. The question I pose to all here is this: can you think of one single holster in this same price range (as in $70 for one holster) that would be good to use at ranges/matches, but is still easily and COMFORTABLY concealed? I've got a bit of a spare tire, so the fact that I can comfortably wear this Don Hume rig is quite appealing.

    Thoughts/opinions?

    Thanks,
    Parke1
     
  2. Jeff White

    Jeff White Moderator Staff Member

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    I've got a Milt Sparks Executive Companion that I carried my 3914 in for years. I found it comfortable and well made. Seems like I spent about $70 for it, but that was several years ago.

    Jeff
     
  3. Leadbutt

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    Parker check with High Noon holsters out of Fl. they are reasonable and damn fine holsters.
     
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