crossdraw holster ?

crossdraw holster ?

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    crossdraw holster ?

    Looking for a holster for a taurus small frame,4"barrel.cross draw,butt foreward,about a 45 degree angle so it can be worn about the 10 to 11 o'clock position.Any one know of one like that?i am right handed.Thanks. sj


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    Dont mean to hijack your thread but I was about to start a thread similar to yours. Im looking for the same thing but for an LCR. Worn the same way and I am right handed as well. Hope you dont mind the piggy back.

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    crodd draw holster

    I make them for the LCR. I would need more info on the Taurus, since I am limited in what I have to work with. I have a S/W K, J and Ruger SP101 and GP100. Not sure if those would be close enough to your Taurus. Take a look at my web site and shoot me an email if I can help.
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    Check out the Remora ... I wear mine as AIWB while out and about and move it to crossdraw when I get into the car ... no huhu ... it really stays put wherever I put it.

    Take a look at what others here on the forum think about it.
    Remora No Clip Holster- I am now a believer!!

    And here's their site:
    Remora Holsters

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    Cross Draw Hoster

    Here are a couple of more pictures of cross draw holsters I have made.
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    I like Kramer - love the Kramer cross draw.

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    i have purchased 3 holsters for my J frames from Hays holster... he is a sponser on this webisite, and i can honestly say they are awesome!!! One is a crossdraw, and i love it. You can not go wrong with Jeff, take it from me. Bunker
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haystacker View Post
    I make them for the LCR. I would need more info on the Taurus, since I am limited in what I have to work with. I have a S/W K, J and Ruger SP101 and GP100. Not sure if those would be close enough to your Taurus. Take a look at my web site and shoot me an email if I can help.
    Jeff
    Haystacker that looks like what Im looking for. Can you make it with a little bit more angle? I like the belt as well.

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    Sarge,no problem.It seems we are both looking for the same thing.Jeff,I sent you an email.I'm waiting to hear from you Thanks. sj

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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtTanner View Post
    Haystacker that looks like what Im looking for. Can you make it with a little bit more angle? I like the belt as well.
    SGT - I can, but what happens when you go "too" much cant is you reduce the room for a good firing grip. That is my biggest concern when building the cross draw.
    Please email me at haysholsters@hotmail.com and I can get your details.
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    I just ordered one from Jeff,now I have to wait till he gets it made, darn,I hate waiting

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    Jeff,if you read this,please confirm to me that you have recieved the money I sent you for the holster.Thanks sj

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