IWB tuckable holster for J-frame

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    IWB tuckable holster for J-frame

    I'm looking for a holster for my dad to carry the S&W 642 that I'm about to get him. It is required that it be IWB and tuckable.

    So far, I'm thinking Comp Tac 2 o'clock. I think he would wear it at 3:00-4:00 and not at 2:00. Does anyone have experience doing this? I carried my steel Gov't in a one point holster and it moved too much for me, so I ended up getting a two point. Would this J-frame move a lot carried at 3:00-4:00?

    Are there any other ideas? I would like to avoid custom holsters due to the time frame.

    The Galco USA or UDC I'd consider. Any thoughts on this holster?
    Last edited by Agave; June 18th, 2008 at 01:06 AM. Reason: added a holster
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    I have no problems with my Tuck Clip with the Model 60 at the 3 to 4 PM location. The j-frame is not that heavy and the cylinder helps keep it from moving around.
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    I carry my Ruger SP101 in a High Noon Split Decision. Works well.
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    If looking ay kydex Comp Tac is good or a Blade Tech UCH because of it's cant adjustment.
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    I'm a big fan of Crossbreed's SuperTuck. If he'd prefers a single attachment point check out Crossbreed's QuickClip or if he wants something in leather check out Tucker's Cover Up.
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    Google Images turns up all sorts of good eye candy!
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    I believe mine is a high-noon holster. Works great for me, although I rarely tuck anyway. Usually just have a big shirt hanging out since I can't carry at work....although things have been known to fall in the pockets of my cargo pants
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    Quote Originally Posted by ev239 View Post
    if he wants something in leather check out Tucker's Cover Up.
    +1 Tucker Cover Up. It's as stealthy as it gets and is incredibly easy off and on.
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    Agave,

    A J Frame disappears under a t shirt with this
    AKJ Concealco. I also have one for my S&W
    K frame Mod.66 2.5bbl. Concealment is as good as the J frame.
    Comfortable to boot. Andrew is great to deal with took abt 4wks for
    the J frame and 10 for the K frame. $64.50 shipped.
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    I have a Taurus 85 Titanium that I carry in a DeSantis "Tuck This" holster. I carry mine at 4 o'clock.

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