J.W. O'Rourke holsters?

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    Question J.W. O'Rourke holsters?

    I've been looking at the website and considering one of their OWB pancakes for my SP101.
    Opinions?
    I'm a child of the 60's, but I got over it.

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    When mavrik46 gets on he may be able to answer you. I know he bought an O'Rourke belt at a gun show in Birmingham back in January and I think he bought a holster as well. I have looked at O'Rourke's holsters at several Birmingham gun shows, but haven't needed a holster at the time and have never bought on. The workmanship and materials appears first rate. Greg (mavrik46) can tell you more about the wearing.
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    A budy of mine got a pancake style holster from him at the Tulsa Gun Show this spring. It looks like a quality product and he really likes it.
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    sisco,

    If the O'Rourke situation does not pan out, let me suggest the 721 OT from Don Hume. It is a very well made holster that holds the gun securely and is very affordable. It is an off the shelf item that fits like a custom made holster, Heres mine for my 3" SP-101. I also carry my 2" in this same holster.

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    sisco, I indeed have several of John's holsters and 3 of his belts. I think they are great. He does quality work and is good to deal with. Plus, for me, he only lives about 5 minutes from my house. I have one of his IWB's with the tab for my SP101 and it is very comfortable. Give him a call on the toll free line and I'm sure he can fix you up. Oh, I have 4 of his pancake holsters for my 1911's and they are holding up very well with daily use.

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    Decisions, decisions, decisions.
    The O'Rourke's look good, so do the ones from K&D. I really like the body shield on the Don Hume; this time of year I'm usually carrying next to bare skin under a T shirt.
    Hmmmm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sisco View Post
    Decisions, decisions, decisions.
    The O'Rourke's look good, so do the ones from K&D. I really like the body shield on the Don Hume; this time of year I'm usually carrying next to bare skin under a T shirt.
    Hmmmm.
    You can get a sweat shield on the ones made by K&D as well, just to further complicate your decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackofspades View Post
    You can get a sweat shield on the ones made by K&D as well, just to further complicate your decision.
    Thanks.
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