Why ankle carry?
This is a discussion on Ankle Carry Ruger LCR within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I am in no way affiliated with Gould and Goodrich but I just have to share my experience with their ankle holster for a Ruger ...
I am in no way affiliated with Gould and Goodrich but I just have to share my experience with their ankle holster for a Ruger LCR.
I had never laid eyes on one and in fact ordered a Fobus ankle holster and the company made a mistake and sent me a paddle holster. In the time it took to receive my Fobus I had several tell me I would regret the Fobus and to check out the Gould & Goodrich 512-B. So when I sent the wrong holster back I ask and got the G&G and I've got to say it's the most comfortable ankle holster I have ever used!!! I actually at times even forget I'm wearing it it's so comfortable. If your looking for a small caliber ankle holster I'd certainly recommend the G&G!!!
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Have you by chance compared it to the Galco Ankle Glove when you were shopping? I was looking into ankle carrying an LCR BUG and this gives me another option to look at and was wondering if you had any comparison..
I got a fobus ankle holster for my Ruger LCR .357 i wore it for a few weeks no problems , i can lift my pants and it is easy to draw i carry my Glock G19 in IWB at 5 o'clock position and the LCR in my fobus ankle holster! Now ill never feel undergunned!
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