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First try at a IWB revolver holster

This is a discussion on First try at a IWB revolver holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Nice job of covering the trigger in style but, as others have stated, you may have a problem with the sharp edge. I would also ...

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    Senior Member Array royal barnes's Avatar
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    Nice job of covering the trigger in style but, as others have stated, you may have a problem with the sharp edge. I would also have carried the sweat guard up a little higher and further forward. That hammer and sight may still bite. Very nice edges and stitching. For a first attempt, or otherwise, it is very well done.


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    it certainly looks nice!

    My experience with holsters is that it's really hard to tell how they will carry till you try them, and with the range of body types out there, it varies quite a bit. But from how it looks, I'd say it's nice work!

    Wear it a while, see what you like, what bugs you. Make a few more, get others trying them out, get feedback :) Keep it up!

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    Nice job on the styling and execution. Love to see more
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    Very nice. If it was me I'd round off that corner at the trigger guard but that's really just a style "point" (pun intended). I've never tried IWB -- the available space inside my beltline is limited and rapidly disappearing.

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    Nice looking holster, I'm looking for a good one for my Ruger SP101 357 3" barrel, want a 15 degree cant. I would want the sweat guard up just a little higher to cover all the metal above the hammer. Florida heat and sweat, you know how it is.
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    Nice Job!!
    Have Fun and Shoot Straight !!

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