IWB holster for J frame

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    IWB holster for J frame

    I'm looking for something to alternate with my Mika pocket holster or when I decide to carry 2 J frames, one in the pocket and one IWB. Thanks for any suggestions.

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    Comp-Tac Pro Undercover

    very comfortable. Wearing my 642 in one now

    http://www.comp-tac.com/catalog/prod...f202a96ee36c45

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    I'm patiently waiting the arival of my "cover up for J Frame " from Tucker Gunleather. If you're willing to wait 12 weeks or more, I believe it will fit the bill.http://http://rlcompanyusa.stores.ya...oupforjre.html

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    Anyone have experience with the Don Hume products such as this one: http://www.donhume.com/Products/Prod...m?ProductID=34

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    I've got a very comfortable IWB for my Ruger SP101 from Concealco.

    You may wanted to check out UBG Holsters and and also Andrews Leather's Mc Daniel II model

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    Quote Originally Posted by samtechlan View Post
    Anyone have experience with the Don Hume products such as this one: http://www.donhume.com/Products/Prod...m?ProductID=34
    It's not bad, but the re-inforced collar and the snaps over the cylinder create more bulk...I prefer thin IWB's for revolvers with offset attachments, like this ISP-DD from del Fatti....the concealco is a good choice too since the snap is behind the gun...





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    the comp tac ctac is the way to go. i love mine. in fact i just received another ctac today for another pistol. comp tac is a first rate company with excellent customer service. good luck and let us know what you decide.

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    Which form of attachment for the IWB's is better, the loops or the metal clips? Pros/cons of each?

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    Just got my Crossbreed IWB for my Taurus 850 CIA. Love it. Best bang for any amount of buck IMHO. This is my second one.

    www.crossbreedholsters.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bline View Post
    Just got my Crossbreed IWB for my Taurus 850 CIA. Love it. Best bang for any amount of buck IMHO. This is my second one.

    www.crossbreedholsters.com
    I'm patiently waiting on my Crossbreed for my J frame to show up...can't wait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuclosure View Post
    the comp tac ctac is the way to go. i love mine. in fact i just received another ctac today for another pistol. comp tac is a first rate company with excellent customer service. good luck and let us know what you decide.
    Absolutely +1 on Comp-Tac's CTAC.

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    Ditto on the C-T.A.C. Comp-tac is an excellent company to buy from with great customer service and the C-T.A.C. is a great holster.

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    My Concealco J Frame IWB is very, very comfortable and functional.

    For information on getting your CCW License in California please visit CalCCW.

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    This may seen very basic to alot of you...but there are two kinds or designs of IWB's available.
    Stacked loops which put the loops right over the cylinder...ie...summer special styles etc...= bad for a snubby. This creates way to much bulk or thickness and will put to much pressure on you..thus you may not want to wear it.
    Offset loops which put the belt attachment away from the cylinder making it more stable and thinner.
    Choose based on the maker/style/cant/color etc that you like.

    Hope this helps............God bless Eric
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    For a S&W 637...

    I have three Fist IWB's...one kydex, and two leather (strong side and SOB)...all are great holsters...although I do prefer the leather over kydex...

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