Holster help (Dog caught the car)

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    Holster help (Dog caught the car)

    Just bought a Ruger, Security Six, .357 caliber, 2-3/4" barrel (blued version with checkered grips). Looking at "pacific canvas pilots victory" type shoulder holster in Cabella's, but wonder if any of you guys have one of these guns and what type of holster you use to carry it concealed. (I love the way this revolver is made and shoots boom.. boom.. boom... boom... boom... boom!).Thanks for your input.

    Ps. Kind of like a dog chasing a car. I've caught the car. Now what am I going to do with it?

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    FWIW... I owned a Security Six years ago. I wish that I had never sold it. (Heaven help me if I ever find one and have money at the same time....) mike

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    I have great success concealing my SP101 in an IWB holster. Absolutely disappears.

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    I use Milt Sparks PMK holsters to carry Ruger SP101 snubbies and a 4" Speed Six. Different holsters, of course, for the different weapons.

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    I have a pretty strong preference for Galco's Speed Master for concealing revolvers. It carries high and tight, secures the gun well and looks good to boot.

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    dangit, sold my security six 4" several years ago also, and just flat jealous. Loved that Ruger.
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