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    I have carryed up to 5" N frame Smiths ccw , but for me its just too much a pain anymore . Back then i would either go iwb ( in a bianchi adjustable cant rocked to almost a sob ) or a high ride pancake tho i dont remember who made the hoster , it was semi adjustable cant too by having multiple sets of belt cuts , i would load the n frames in the bottom set . Nowdays as a private ccw i just cant see the hassle of dealing with an oversize weapon . I wont be " called out " by anyone to deal with anything like i could have been back then .
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    [QUOTE=HighVelocity]Here's mine. Great shooter too.

    Nice, I'd sure like to try one before thumping down the change! Are you carrying IWB or OWB?
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    Have a early Colt Trooper Mark III 4" that I carried as LEO, still carry it when in the woods hunting.

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    Have a early Colt Trooper Mark III
    ahh the " poor boys python " lol they would clean up ( action wise ) amazingly well if someone had any idea just where to stone . I remember them fondly tho I was a died in the wool S&W revolver man back when i was resticted to the BRT guns .
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    Thanks ElCruisr, OWB is all I've tried with it. the cylinder is pretty fat for IWB, at least for me.

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    Well, I cant always carry due to my job,but when I do it's a SS GP 100 357 w/4"barrel in a uncle mike owb or a uncle Mikes shoulder holster.
    Woody!
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    I have a 6 inch S&W Highway Patrolman that was carried alot years ago. Now when I carry a revolver it is a S&W Mountian Gun in .44 magnum. I really like that gun. I load it up with handloads. Not full power. It shoots great. Carries great.

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    I occasionally carry a 7.5" SRH in .454 when in the woods...
    Anxious to carry the 625-8 some this fall....
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    Today a 329PD 44 Mag, in a CABO IWB. At other times a 396 44 Special with a 296 44 Special as a second gun.

    On occasions, other N frame 4" 44s. Waiting for a holster for my 6.5" Heritage 44 Special.

    Always a couple of 642s in front pockets.
    Keep the shotgun handy!!

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    I carry a S&W 686-4" or a Taurus mod.44-4" at times. Not real often. But after seeing that rig that Jack just got in, made me reliaze that I need to get new leather and pack the revolvers more often.

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    I frequently carried a Bulldog, 2 inch, 44 special in years gone by. I recently sold a Model 29, 6 inch, 44 mag that I carried on hunting trips or threw in the hawg saddle bags sometimes.

    Didn't realize I missed them 'til you asked this question. Kinda brings a tear to the eyes.
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    4" S&w 686 .357, Because Sometimes I Just Want A Magnum On My Hip.

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    Although I mostly carry my S&W640 in a pocket holster, sometimes I carry other guns.

    If I know I will be in a restaurant that serves alcohol, I will usually carry either my 1911 or my S&W 620 in an OWB holster.

    I had always heard that it is not easy to carry a fullsize gun concealed. I have found that to be rubish.

    With an open button up shirt or a vest or sometimes even with an underarmour shirt with a baggy T-shirt over it, I haven't been made while carrying a full size pistol and with an OWB holster, they are very comfortable.

    I will start another thread to talk about the only time I was made (while carrying my S&W 640 in a pocket holster!!)

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    Great pics!
    Walk steathly - and carry a big Springfield.

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    I currently carry concealed a 5 1/2 inch Ruger Redhawk in 45 Colt. I used to carry a 6 inch S&W 25-5 and before that a Ruger Blackhawk 45 Colt with a 7 1/2 inch barrel. They are all easy to carry if you know how to do it.

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