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Who makes a CCW holster for an N-frame

This is a discussion on Who makes a CCW holster for an N-frame within the Concealed Carry and Handgun Gear forums, part of the Handguns category; I've decided to try carrying my 4" mod. 29.I usually carry a 1911 so I don't think weight will be ...

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    Default Who makes a CCW holster for an N-frame

    I've decided to try carrying my 4" mod. 29.I usually carry a 1911 so I don't think weight will be an issue, and I have a lot of area to hide it. An IWB with the cyl. above the belt seem like a good idea. My usual rig is a Crossbreed super tuc, with either a Para 12/45, colt commander,or Detonics CM. Do any of you guys have any thoughts on makers.

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    I made this one for a Corrections Officer's Taurus .41 Mag. 8/9oz drum dyed leather.





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    Why the cyl. above the belt ? That seems like it would be awful high for a good draw, could just be me I like mine on the low side.
    If done correctly it is no big deal to get it down to what your use to.
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    Alessi Holsters make great products. I have the fieldmaster for the 8" mod. 29. A true work of art.

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    Bob Mernickle has what you need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CS Holsters View Post
    Why the cyl. above the belt ? That seems like it would be awful high for a good draw, could just be me I like mine on the low side.
    If done correctly it is no big deal to get it down to what your use to.
    It's above the belt to help with concealment. With the cylinder above the belt, you can tuck the gun in tighter to the body.

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    I sometimes carry my 4" 629 in a Sourdough Pancake Holster with the IWB straps from Simply Rugged Holsters ? Holsters, Gun Belts, Ammo Pouches and Accessories

    It's very comfortable given the size of the gun.
    "When the outflow exceeds the inflow, the upkeep becomes the downfall"

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