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Single-Six holster for 4-5/8"

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by W.E.G., Nov 10, 2010.

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  1. W.E.G.

    W.E.G. Member

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    Single-Six holster for 4-5/8"

    Got the gun, then discovered how hard it is to find a decent LEATHER holster for the 4-5/8" barrel - especially if you want something OTHER THAN the typical "cowboy rig." Most of the easily-available holsters are for longer barrels, or are cowboy rigs, or both.

    Triple K model 440
    from http://www.cowboyneeds.com/440.html

    sixty bucks

    very impressed with the workmanship and fit

    two-way belt loop allows strong-side or crossdraw carry

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  2. Armored farmer

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    Wow that's a nice holster!
    I have a western rig, but usually carry my 4 5/8 SS in an old Uncle Mike's. I'll look into the Triple K.

    BTW....Where did you get the slick bird's head grip frame on a Single Six??
     
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    Try googling [B]"The Cowboy and Shooter's Supply"[/B].....they carry a pretty full line of Triple K stuff and are great to deal with. Triple K products may not be amongst the top of the line,..but they do make some pretty good stuff. I have a couple of their
    "Lightning 440's",..one for a Ruger Single Six in 4 5/8's as well. They do work well,..and are pretty well made.

    Same Company as OPprovided link for
     
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    I didn't pay $60.......the Triple K #440 lists for 50 bucks,... plus shipping of course.

    The ThreePerson's is a nice looking rig,..no doubt about that. But I was commenting on the Triple K,..as was the OP as I recall,..as an alternative to a typical western style rig.

    Each to them's own,............
     
  6. W.E.G.

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    The quality of the Triple K is very good, if the name-brand doesn't excite the elite.

    Most importantly, the Triple K is the only crossdraw-convertible with thumb-break retention that I've seen.
    Much to be said for getting very good quality, and exactly the features you want... and for a few shekels less than the big-name brands.
     
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    Its the factory offering on the .32 magnum model.
     
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    I just gotta ask. What is a 32m? I have found 32 S&W Long, 32 H&R mag, 327 Federal mag, but no 32 m.

    blindhari
     
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    .32m???

    The gun in the pic is the .32 H&R magnum.
     
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    Thanks for proving my prediction correct.
     
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    It has to be a crossdraw for me.
     
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    How about Simply Rugged for $60.

    The same holster can be carried, strong side, cross draw, or IWB.

    http://www.simplyrugged.com/store/

    However, I'm not sure if they still offer the thumb break option.
     
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