LCR .38 holster

LCR .38 holster

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    LCR .38 holster

    I have a new Ruger LCR .38 and I'm looking for advice on a good IWB holster for CCW carry. Thanks in advance for any advice.


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    On the expensive side the Crossbreed supertuck deluxe is a great holster. I also like the Remora Holsters for the LCR. The Supertuck attaches to your belt, and you can tuck your shirt over it if needed. The Remora is a tactile holster that rides between you and your waistband.

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    the Alessi Talon is one of the best IWB holsters i've used,expensive but worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by playingD View Post
    On the expensive side the Crossbreed supertuck deluxe is a great holster. I also like the Remora Holsters for the LCR. The Supertuck attaches to your belt, and you can tuck your shirt over it if needed. The Remora is a tactile holster that rides between you and your waistband.
    I agree 100%. I have and use both the Remora and CB. Highly recommend them both. The remora also serves as a good cover for the lcr when it's in a nightstand drawer.

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    I have the Remora with the full sweat shield for my LCR .38 and it is very comfortable and does not move once it is positioned where I want it.

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    You can see this is also already being discussed here Holster Suggestions for LCR 357 ??, which uses the same boosters. Look to post #3 for my response and picture.

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    DeSantis® Cozy Partner™ The most comfortable IWB I've ever used in 40 years of CCW.

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    I carry mine in a high noon split decision. Must ay I love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crue2009 View Post
    the Alessi Talon is one of the best IWB holsters i've used,expensive but worth it.
    Is there one for the LCR? All the Talons on the Alessi site appear to be for autoloaders.

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    I use a no name [ well made]leather IWB and a desantis nemesis [ awesome for pc]

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    Thanks for all the advice. Yesterday I ordered a Desantis softtuk IWB for my LCR good price and available now. This holster can be worn right side, crossdraw or mid back. I wanted a crossdraw but in case I'm wrong I have some options with this one. I want a deep conceal and I hope this does it. Next thing I'm after is concealable holster for my SP-101 357 3" gotta let the dust settle from recent puchases.( I"m married, You know what I mean.)



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    Check out stoner holsters. The make awesome IWB holster and are reasonably price.


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    Does the Sof-Tuck hang from the waistband, not the belt? It definitely looks a lot more concealed than the CBST--I think people are kidding themselves that those outside-the-belt clips aren't noticeable.

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    I revently picked up a High Noon Hidden Ally. Very pleased with it so far.

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