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Discussion in 'The Snubbie Club' started by Recurve, Aug 12, 2011.
Probably gona pocket carry. I've heard good things about Mika...anything else I should consider?
DeSantis Nemesis works fine for me.
Uncle mikes works for me, i "think" it is #3.
I like Uncle Mike's # 4. It is a little larger and stays in the bigger pockets better.
I have a Mika and it works great. I also use a Cell Pal when I don't want to give up a pocket. Then there's the 5.11 Holster Shirts that work well, too.
Desantis is good.
What he said...
I have a Mika and a Galco horsehide,I used the Mika for a long time but eventually got tired of having to fish around in the sofa cushions looking for my snubbie after a little catnap.
I like the Galco a little better since it hangs onto the revolver a little better yet still allows for a smooth easy draw and just feels more stable in my pocket.
I usually wear pretty loose pants
Since I recieved this Alessi IWB holster in this photo a couple of years ago I rarely PC anymore,I can clip this thing IWB AP 3:00 5:00 or anywhere else I want no belt required.
i like the safariland model 25.
An Uncle Mike's pocket size 3 works for me.
I've used all the holsters mentioned above except for the Cell Pal and 5.11. I like all of them. But I mostly carry in the Galco horsehide holster if the pocket will accommodate. If the pocket is small I use the Uncle Mike's (I go with the #3).
I like the Safariland 25 and the TUFF Products pocket holsters
I really like my Kramer Pocket holster. HATED the Mike's #3 pocket holster.
J-frames are so light, putting them on a belt holster makes them almost disappear weight wise.
Comp-tac CTAC is very, very easy to conceal with the velcro clips. Shirts just tuck in nicely over the gun & holster.
My favorites are my Kramer and my Safariland. Only thing I have a hard time wrapping my head around is that one is the most exspensive and the other is the cheapest holster I have for my 642 and I like them both equally. Whish I would have bought the Safariland first.
Mike Meredith at Pocket Concealment Systems makes a variety of pocket holsters. Mine is well made and designed. The part that faces the outside of your pocket is flat, showing no gun outline.
I love my Done Hume, great price no printing and stays in the pocket when gun drawn
I use and recommend the Galco pocket horsehide. It holds up well and stays in the pocket presenting the gun.
This is on my 642. I also use some of the holsters listed.....
This for me as well. I pocket and IWB with my remora - works very well
I have a lobo enhanced pancake on order - we shall see