Across the chest Bandolier holster for UN-scoped revolvers

Across the chest Bandolier holster for UN-scoped revolvers

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    Across the chest Bandolier holster for UN-scoped revolvers

    Probably not a huge market for an across-the-chest bandolier holster for 6 inch L-frame DA revolvers without a scope. It would be ideal for running around the property at certain times. Anybody have any ideas? Actually, nylon/cordura would be preferred to leather, but that's not out of the question. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.


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    Bianchi makes one. I've been carrying a Contender pistol in one for years. It works great and is very comfortable. I actually have two, one for scoped pistols and one for unscoped.
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    Here is another option, good quality and fast service. Guides Choice Chest Holster, Original Alaskan Holster

    Here is another a little less expensive. Alaska Sportsman Holsters

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    Bob Mernickle - leather

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    Survival Sheath Systems - nylon/kydex or concealex

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    Quote Originally Posted by cthruit View Post
    Probably not a huge market for an across-the-chest bandolier holster for 6 inch L-frame DA revolvers without a scope. It would be ideal for running around the property at certain times. Anybody have any ideas? Actually, nylon/cordura would be preferred to leather, but that's not out of the question. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
    If I do say so myself, the Bianchi bandolier works quite well. Model 4100 *Ranger™ HuSH™ System Bianchi Leather Holsters . I used one in the 80s while hunting with Dick Metcalf (Shooting Times handgunning editor) in Wyoming (yes, the deer and the antelope). The perhaps not-so-obvious benefit of using padded nylon for the holster carcass came through while crawling up on antelope, who are a flighty bunch. I used the optional/ removable flap with it, and the pistol (mine was a scoped Super Blackhawk) came through without a mark.

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