4"S&W K frame and 4"S&W N frame revolvers

4"S&W K frame and 4"S&W N frame revolvers

This is a discussion on 4"S&W K frame and 4"S&W N frame revolvers within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Looking for a way to carry these during the summer off body. No, not at the same time. I tried a maxpedition once, can't remember ...

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    4"S&W K frame and 4"S&W N frame revolvers

    Looking for a way to carry these during the summer off body. No, not at the same time. I tried a maxpedition once, can't remember which one but the K frame wouldn't fit.


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    There's your answer.
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    Off-body? I figure you mean something like the Safepacker, from Wilderness Tactical Products, LLC | Home of the Titanium Instructor Belt .

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    An old binocular case with straps. It'll probably hold a few speedloaders/speedstrips, too.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by los View Post
    An old binocular case with straps. It'll probably hold a few speedloaders/speedstrips, too.
    Great idea Los!
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    Quote Originally Posted by swiftyjuan View Post
    Great idea Los!
    Thanks. Not sure the OP is looking for something like that, but if he is....

    Here's a nice one for 12 bucks.

    Vintage Binocular Case



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexster View Post
    Off-body? I figure you mean something like the Safepacker, from Wilderness Tactical Products, LLC | Home of the Titanium Instructor Belt .
    Not sure on the "N" frame. Check with WTP directly, they are Great ro work with.

    As to the "K" frame, I carry my S&W 4" 66 quite often when driving etc., in a "Safepacker". I really like it. This one also holds my 1911, I have a smaller one for my SP101 2 1/4"

    BTW, unlike "fanny packs' etc. it does not "scream GUN"



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    Indeed, a Safepacker does not broadcast that one is carrying a firearm. I have carried mine right past security guards, into places that don't allow firearms, which is my case is legal, as I carry under peace officer standards, not the CHL rules. I have carried in-hand, on a wrist strap, on a shoulder strap, and on the belt. The belt-carry position/mode is more likely to cause a second glance, but I reckon the Safepacker looks like something holding an electronic gadget, that even belt carry causes no stir.

    As I usually do when discussing off-body carry, I should add the disclaimer that I believe in having another weapon ON one's person when using off-body carry, whenever practicable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexster View Post
    Indeed, a Safepacker does not broadcast that one is carrying a firearm. I have carried mine right past security guards, into places that don't allow firearms, which is my case is legal, as I carry under peace officer standards, not the CHL rules. I have carried in-hand, on a wrist strap, on a shoulder strap, and on the belt. The belt-carry position/mode is more likely to cause a second glance, but I reckon the Safepacker looks like something holding an electronic gadget, that even belt carry causes no stir.

    As I usually do when discussing off-body carry, I should add the disclaimer that I believe in having another weapon ON one's person when using off-body carry, whenever practicable.
    I also have their "briefcase" ( which is made to attach the "safe packer" to) & carry it into "liberal Business" meetings.

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