The Galco Ankle Glove isn't a bad holster.
This is a discussion on Recommend a good ankle rig for a j frame? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I need a good rig for a j frame to wear on my ankle. First, I am not a fan of ankle carry, but my ...
I need a good rig for a j frame to wear on my ankle. First, I am not a fan of ankle carry, but my new assignment limits other carry options for a back up weapon. I am somewhat of a minimalist and don't want something too bulky. Any suggestions?
Best one I've ever used (don't use an ankle much though) Renegade cozy Partner.
Click on the pictures they have a couple different ones for a J-frame.
Vermont does not issue Permit/Licenses to Carry a Concealed firearm. Vermont allows anyone
who can legally own a firearm to carry it concealed without a permit of any kind.
The "cadillac" was the Alessi, but Alessi isnt as consistent quality since Lou passed. Ritchie Leather, Skip Ritchei who was Lou's assistant is making them now, and look to be of high quality.
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The Galco Ankle Glove would be a close second.
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Another one that will say that Alessi ankle holsters are (or maybe now were?) considered to be the best.
Kramer also makes a very, very, good ankle holster.
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Thank you guys for the good opinions.
I will wear an Uncle Mikes ankle holster if i cannot pocket carry. It is comfortable, conceals well, and retention is good. Best of all it is inexpensive and can be purchased at your local gun store. bunker
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5-Shot makes awesome ankle holsters. They are modeled off of the Alessi as well. I have one for my P238 and I absolutely love it.
Renegade. No need to look further. I have Renegade ankle holsters for J-Smiths, D-Colts, my Kahr PM-9 and MK-40, and for a Detonics Combat Master. Comfortable, secure, highly concealable, and cheap.
I use a Fobus Ankle Holster for my S&W 442 J Frame and it is very comfortable, easy to conceal under your pant leg and has fantastic retention.
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Ken Null's ANK; in horsehide.
The one I purchased from him in 1983, and which has been worn daily for most of the intervening 27 years, is still quite serviceable. In the 80s, there was NOTHING that came close to this one for quality and durability. While I haven't tried all of the current crop of various offerings, I've looked at many of them... and for my money, the ANK is still the best.