Holsters for S&W Model 60-15 357 Mag

Holsters for S&W Model 60-15 357 Mag

This is a discussion on Holsters for S&W Model 60-15 357 Mag within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Greetings all. I just found this great site this afternoon. You already did me a great favor by steering me to ammunitiontogo. I just purchased ...

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    Holsters for S&W Model 60-15 357 Mag

    Greetings all. I just found this great site this afternoon. You already did me a great favor by steering me to ammunitiontogo. I just purchased a S&W Model 60-15 Halo, 357 Mag. I was wondering if anyone has found a source for holsters. Being a 3" barreled J frame there doesn't seem to be too much out there. I'm a big fan of paddle holsters. This will be my 1st revolver in 20 years. Actually 2nd as I bought a Charter 32H&R Magnum for the wife last week. That will be mine until she obtains her pistol permit. I bought a Fobus for the Charter and assume the 60 will fit, but the barrel will be exposed. Probably not a good idea with the Hi Viz front sight. Thanks for any leads. rayjay


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    I bought a Don Hume 715 IWB for my 60-15 from Gunner's Alley.
    Shot-placement is king. Adequate penetration is queen. Everything else is angels dancing on the heads of pins.

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    Thanks, I'll look into it. They don't show it for a Model 60, which model did you order it for? They do show a Ruger SP101 in 3", I wonder if that will work?

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    I would not think so - why don't you call and talk to Brad or Ed?
    Shot-placement is king. Adequate penetration is queen. Everything else is angels dancing on the heads of pins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erich View Post
    I would not think so - why don't you call and talk to Brad or Ed?
    At gunners alley? I will once I have the pistol.

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    I am having a paddle holster custom made by a local artisan. I also have a Hume IWB on order with gunnersalley.

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    I am not sure what the M 60 Halo is. I have a M 60-10 with 3 inch barrel.
    I am about to talk to Brock, Bluegrass Holsters, about an OWB for mine.
    Give him a call, and I think he can make what you want, although I don't know what the Halo is.

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    I recommend TT Gunleather. Tim is in the process of building one for a S&W 29 3". I am quite sure that it will be of the same quality as my SA Champions IWB. He's a great guy to deal with and is just getting started in the OWB line. He makes a quality product at an outstanding price IMO!

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    My 3" Mod 60 in a Simply Rugged Loaded.

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    Elusive holster for the M60-15

    Recently, I purchased an IWB from Remora that has worked remarkably well. I have carried my S&W M60-15 comfortably in various positions inside my waist band without difficulty and without the holster shifting. The holster has a tacky surface that grips whatever it touches. The average joe blog has a great review of this holster.

    I also just received a smartcarry holster today. I am amazed at how comfortable it is and by how my revolver just disappears in my jeans. I'm not sure which holster will get more use at this stage but I believe that I have found two viable options. I love the versatility of this gun and I'm happy to have found new ways to carry it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruiser View Post
    Recently, I purchased an IWB from Remora that has worked remarkably well. I have carried my S&W M60-15 comfortably in various positions inside my waist band without difficulty and without the holster shifting. The holster has a tacky surface that grips whatever it touches. The average joe blog has a great review of this holster.

    I also just received a smartcarry holster today. I am amazed at how comfortable it is and by how my revolver just disappears in my jeans. I'm not sure which holster will get more use at this stage but I believe that I have found two viable options. I love the versatility of this gun and I'm happy to have found new ways to carry it.
    Thanks for the info on Remora. I just ordered one for my S&W 432PD. If I like that one I'll get one for the 60-15. I have a Desantis I use now for the 432 and I'm interested to see the difference. I bought a custom belt holster for the 60-15 that I like alot.

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    I can make you one. I make OWB, pancake, avenger style and cross draw.
    The holster on the left is an avenger style for a 1911. The holster on the right is a 3 inch J frame, pancake, crossdraw.
    let me know if I can help.
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