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What Holster to get for GP100 6"?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by lionken07, Mar 25, 2013.

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  1. lionken07

    lionken07 Member

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    So I just got my hands on a GP100 6" what holster should I get to mate it? I'm thinking something leather....
     
  2. Valkman

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    Try Simply Rugged, they have great stuff for revolvers and I have a Cuda for my XD45.

    www.simplyrugged.com
     
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    SimplyRugged.
     
  4. Lone Star

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    Bianchi Model 111. Or, the modern style El Paso Saddlery items that mimic the old Safariland Model 29.
     
  5. GP100man

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    I`m partial to Bianchi & Galco but there`s some nice small custom makers out there that don`t recieve just recognition. the 4" is in a custom made with max forward tilt ,surgery on shoulder prompted it.

    But remember a good holster is only as good as the belt holding it .

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    +1

    I love mine.

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  7. Eaglestroker

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    The 686 and GP100 can basically share a holster even though I use different gun molds, I made this rig for a 6" 686 about 2 months ago. You can't go wrong with about any pancake variation.

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