Carry A BIG One !!! - Cabo Holsters

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    Carry A BIG One !!! - Cabo Holsters

    Want to Carry That Ruger Super BlackHawk Concealed?
    How about that mammoth Smith?
    Carry A Big One - Click Here


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    I can carry an SBR shotty under that jacket!

    Is it just me, or is $80.00 for a "unboned" pocket with straps too much to pay?

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    This rig can, if I set lengths of straps right be all but lost under large outer garment! For hunting use tho it is kept somewhat external as the handgun is meant to be in plain view.





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    Yeah, the big hunting holsters are easily concealable under that type of jacket depicted.

    I wore my Carbon 15 pistol to Thanksgiving dinner in a shoulder holster designed for one of the Blackhawks under a tac vest. :)
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    I wont be impressed till i see a good holster for the X frame

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    That hunting rig of mine would take an X frame Bud - even tho it ain't very pretty!
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    mine will to but its tight sure wont with a scope on it but i want IWB

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    Bud

    I hope you're talking the 4" version of the X frame for IWB. I'd think the 8+" guy IWB could make for some walking problems when the muzzle is close to your knee.
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    yeah im talking 4inch the one i got the pics of me shooting

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    Bud could smartcarry his 4" X in cutoffs
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    Does that rig comes with acomodations for counter weights on the off side?

    Just kidding....... A good jacket covers a lot!
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