Finding the right holster...

This is a discussion on Finding the right holster... within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Cosmo I just placed an order for a Simply Rugged Sourdough...I hope I like it. I have had 5 of them and ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosmo View Post
    I just placed an order for a Simply Rugged Sourdough...I hope I like it.
    I have had 5 of them and have never been disappointed...don't think you will either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosmo View Post
    Is tougher than finding the right sidearm! It's beating me down
    Agreed, and I am somebody who researches to insanity. My wife believes it is a sickness. However I rarely purchase something and later regret it. I am especially fussy about leather products: boots, gloves, jackets, belts. So trying to find the "perfect fit" holster online, where I can't try it on or feel the quality and have to wait 8-12 weeks for drives me especially nuts! I am trying to pick a scope for the AR and it is the same thing. I can't "test them out" first.

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    Got an email from Simply Rugged yesterday telling me my holster is on the way...good turnaround time.

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    I have a Simply Rugged Holster for my Ruger KLCR, and really like everything about it. No thumb break, but retention is great in any position. Also, you might check out Mitch Rosen's site. I have two from his "Express Line"selection, one for the Ruger KLCR, and one for a Kahr CM9. Both are the OWB pancake model, holds really close to body, excellent retention, and high quality work and leather. Take care and be safe.
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