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WANTED! Ruger SP101 (3" Barrel) Cross-draw, OWB holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by guitarman531, Nov 2, 2010.

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  1. guitarman531

    guitarman531 Member

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    So I've been scouring the interwebs for something that matches the thread title...and I can't seem to really come up with much.

    Seems to be that the only decent ones that I can find are for the 2 1/4" barrel lengths...

    Can anyone here recommend any specific manufacturers or specific models?

    Thanks!
     
  2. JTQ

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    JTQ - great link - thanks.
     
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    I carry my 3" SP101 in a Simply Rugged everyday. It's a great holster, you would be hard pressed to do better. DO get the Inside/Out straps, that will give you a strong side, cross draw and IWB holster all in one. SKIP the hammer strap, it's just not necessary, the holster holds very securely without the strap.

    BTW....I sold the Eagle Secret Service grips. In my hand, they just ruined the natural point of aim. I was hitting a good 5" high (@10 yards) when shooting instinctively vs. the Hogue or factory grips.

    EDIT: I just clicked on SR website, it looks like he has a 3" SP101 holster in his "gear ready to go" page...no waiting!

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    Try the Milt Sparks HSR. It is specifically available as a cross-draw holster for revolvers. The only issue is the thirty-week lead time for yours to be made.
     
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    Simply Rugged is always a good choice.


    Lobo makes a nice snap loop pancake in crossdraw (his standard pancake also has 3 slots available for crossdraw like the Simply Rugged) ... he lists the SP101 but you'd have to email Ray and ask him if he can do a 3" (I imagine he can).

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    This looks like a 3" one to me.
     
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