Looks good. What brand?
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That is a nice looking holster, but we need more info!
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Nice set up!
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Nice looking rig
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Looks very comfortable...high and tight...easy to conceal...enjoy!
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Looks very good, I am debating now on a holster for my airweight......
might give that a look, you mind me asking the cost of the holster... I carry a UBG Bonneville with a springfield subcompact, a nice hight ride owb holster, also have the canute for the glock, but am really starting to like the little airweight smith more n more ever day....
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I like it too!!
Thanks everyone. I've also got a pocket holster from Galco that I like. It works really well with the cargo shorts that I like to wear in the summer. Sometimes I drop it in the cargo pocket, but it will also ride in the right front pocket. Hopefully, this will give you some idea. The second shot shows the butt of the gun peeking out. I wear shorts with velcro so I don't have to unbutton or unsnap anything to access the gun. Third shot shows the gun in the cargo pocket with the flap down. In the last two shots, the gun is actually in the right front pocket. You can casually walk around with your hands in your pockets and your right hand is gripping the gun. When you draw, the holster remains in the pocket. No tricks. No gadgets. It just stays in the pocket when you draw the gun. The whole package including the holster weighs 16.3 ounces fully loaded.
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