Got two J frames?

Got two J frames?

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    Got two J frames?

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    Very nice looking rig, many years ago I had a similar holster for a single model 10 S&W, the butt down carry is the most comfortable way I have found to carry a revolver.

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    looks really thin and simple.

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    Ooooo, I want one. I would kind of like to have some sort of retention device for butt down carry though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schwebel View Post
    Ooooo, I want one. I would kind of like to have some sort of retention device for butt down carry though.
    Those look like the Safriland I had, retention is by the holster wrapping around the trigger guard and elastic holding the top half together, very secure. I never had a problem with retention even while climbing up and over the landing gear during preflight.

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    That holster is a copy of the old Berns-Martin design. Bianchi made an identical rig some years back. I'm not sure about Safariland, but they might have made something similar.

    The Blackhawk Speed Classic is the same Berns-Martin design, but in OWB style.



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    The Deputy Sheriff who gave my CCW Class was a BIG fan of carrying dual j-frames. That set-up looks like the "A-Ticket". Thanks for the link.
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