Suggestions for S&W J-Frame IWB/OWB Holster?

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    Question Suggestions for S&W J-Frame IWB/OWB Holster?

    I recently purchased a S&W 360 from Buds, but I haven't bought a holster yet. I carry my M&P9 in a IWB by Little Bear Holsters, but I thought this time I might try a IWB/OWB hybrid.
    Are there any IWB/OWB hybrid holsters that anyone here can recommend?

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    I have a Silver Dollar Pancake for my SP101. You have to buy the IWB straps extra. I like mine alot.
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    I've carried one for years during the summer in a Allesi CQC/s and love it. Easy on and off. Try one, you won't be dissapointed.

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    For a top quality, true combo holster, check out Pure Kustom's Black Ops or Black Ops Pro. Two excellent holsters in one.
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    Take a look at my Switch Guard.

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    FIST #14. [URL="http://www.fist-inc.com/holsters/14.htm"]

    I like a thumb snap and reinforced mouth on mine, available as options at FIST. No spring clip, rather dual snap straps fore and aft - not in the center. This set up is more secure, stable and concealable in my experience.

    There are other excellent custom holster makers already mentioned. Look for the features you want. Expect to pay more and wait a few weeks for custom vs. mass produced products. You will be glad you did.

    http://www.fist-inc.com/holsters/14.htm
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    I'll second Rocky @ Pure Kustoms. Maker of a great combo holster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paladin3840 View Post
    FIST #14. [URL="http://www.fist-inc.com/holsters/14.htm"]

    I like a thumb snap and reinforced mouth on mine, available as options at FIST. No spring clip, rather dual snap straps fore and aft - not in the center. This set up is more secure, stable and concealable in my experience.

    There are other excellent custom holster makers already mentioned. Look for the features you want. Expect to pay more and wait a few weeks for custom vs. mass produced products. You will be glad you did.

    http://www.fist-inc.com/holsters/14.htm
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    I just happen to have three OWB holsters ready to go. Let me know if I can help you out.
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    Thanks guys,
    I haven't looked at all of them yet but I am going to check them out.

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    I just wanted to compliment you are your work. Those are some great looking holsters. I couldn't use any of the ones you have in stock though since I'm a southpaw, but thanks anyway.
    I just hope this forum isn't full of a bunch a right handed people, they're the worst!

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    Here's a quality holster maker from your state of Alabama. He's in Hartselle and a very nice guy to talk to on the phone. I wear one of his J frame holsters. Heavy duty leather, no cutting corners. I'm sure he can help out a southpaw shooter. Click on the holsters page for revolver selections.

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    If you want a convertable, call Rocky at Pure Kustom Holsters. I have one for a J frame and you literally do forget it is there, it is that comfortable IWB - OWB even more so. My Black Ops Pro holds my J frame tighter than any other holster I have. It hides very easily under a loose t-shirt.
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    Nothing better than a Tommy Theis IWB holster. I have 5 of them and use them all.
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