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    Bianchi Speed Strip carrier...

    Does anybody make a leather carrier for a Bianchi Speed Strip (or two) to fit a 1.5" belt? I just recently obtained a vintage Colt Cobra .38 snubbie, and I want either a Speed Strip pouch of maybe a speedloader pouch, but all I've ever found were ones for a duty belt which is 2.25" wide! I thought about maybe a single mag pouch and putting a Speed Strip (or two) in there, but I didn't know if the rounds would fit...anybody got any better ideas?


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    How about an open top double speedloader pouch? Seems like I've seen those before...somewhere...

    I'll need some new "smaller" grips for this lil' Colt. I think the grips would hinder the use of a speedloader.

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    I had a similar issue with the grips on my 642, the factory rubber grips were causing the HKS loader to hang up. I picked up some Barami high grips and I really like them, nice and smooth for the loader. Now I jsut have to get a Tyler T-Grip for it.

    You may want to find a generic cell phone holder for the strips...

    I can't think of anything else that would do the job, most times I just carry the strips in my watch pocket.

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    Dillon Precision not only has a very neat catalog but they also have speedstrip carriers in black leather. Bianchi and Blade-Tech make open top speedloader carriers.
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    I am not shure who makes old style dump pouches anymore , but that is what we used to use .
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    Burl of Sideguardholsters.com, who is a frequent reader & poster on the forum, makes one. Dillon also has one. Check it out.

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    Thanks guys - I think I'll give the one from Dillon a try...now does anybody have a BLACK pancake style holster for a 2 inch Colt Cobra snubbie they wanna sell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock 'em down View Post
    Does anybody make a leather carrier for a Bianchi Speed Strip (or two) to fit a 1.5" belt? I just recently obtained a vintage Colt Cobra .38 snubbie, and I want either a Speed Strip pouch of maybe a speedloader pouch, but all I've ever found were ones for a duty belt which is 2.25" wide! I thought about maybe a single mag pouch and putting a Speed Strip (or two) in there, but I didn't know if the rounds would fit...anybody got any better ideas?
    Here you go. I call it my Speed Pouch.

    http://www.sideguardholsters.com/hol...ccessories.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by MNBurl View Post
    Here you go. I call it my Speed Pouch.

    http://www.sideguardholsters.com/hol...ccessories.htm
    I like yours even better AND it's cheaper! Do you make your "The Snap" OWB holster to fit a Colt Cobra .38 snub? You have J frames listed, but the Cobra is a SIX shooter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock 'em down View Post
    I like yours even better AND it's cheaper! Do you make your "The Snap" OWB holster to fit a Colt Cobra .38 snub? You have J frames listed, but the Cobra is a SIX shooter.
    I should be able to meet your requirements. I would need to do some research and compare to my Model 60 I have. I also have access to a K-frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MNBurl View Post
    I should be able to meet your requirements. I would need to do some research and compare to my Model 60 I have. I also have access to a K-frame.
    Actually, if you can make one from a K frame snub - that would be even better! Because this is Colt is a dept issue gun that my Chief of Police issued to me for a BUG until I can afford to buy my own. I am not a Colt fan and when I can afford my own, it's going to be a Smith & Wesson - probably a model 12, 2 incher, which is basically an airweight model 10, so a K frame holster would work better. Also, I would rather have the speed pouch WITHOUT the tooling and it and the holster should be for a 1.5" belt.

    Any law enforcement discounts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock 'em down View Post
    Actually, if you can make one from a K frame snub - that would be even better! Because this is Colt is a dept issue gun that my Chief of Police issued to me for a BUG until I can afford to buy my own. I am not a Colt fan and when I can afford my own, it's going to be a Smith & Wesson - probably a model 12, 2 incher, which is basically an airweight model 10, so a K frame holster would work better. Also, I would rather have the speed pouch WITHOUT the tooling and it and the holster should be for a 1.5" belt.

    Any law enforcement discounts?
    Email me through my site and we can talk.
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    That speed pouch is perfect for my needs as well!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    That speed pouch is perfect for my needs as well!!
    Let me know.
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