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Sounds like a good deal...
This is a discussion on AKJ Concealco for my SP101 within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I just received my AKJ Concealco IWB for my SP101. I am very pleased with the holster - the quality of the material and workmanship ...
I just received my AKJ Concealco IWB for my SP101. I am very pleased with the holster - the quality of the material and workmanship is excellent and well worth the cost - around 59 dollars. That said - I bought from the "Ready Line" , which implies 7 to 10 days shipping, with a 21 day potential. In reality, it took 8 weeks. I did receive a very nice note form the maker apologizing for the delay. I am not at all surprised that he is busy given the excellent design, fit and quality. I would recommend the AKJ Concealco to a friend but do suggest that the maker update his website to reflect a more realistic waiting period. He does not have e-mail, so you are left hanging if unaware of the delay. I was not bothered at all with the wait, but some might feel mislead. Al
Sorry - my camera is not working. Here's some pics from the website... it's not a revolver, but you get the idea. Al
I've had a few for autos and love them. Have one for my 640 coming hopefully next week...
I had one for my Glock... Excellent design. It REALLY tucked the grip of the pistol in nicely. The front loop design keeps the mouth of the holster open. I just found that leather and a 2x4 Glock was too much for my little waist IWB. Concealco on the left:
Betting it looks something like this
Did a full write up on it a while back and AGREE wholeheartedly with the OP... really pulls the grip in close... and the SP101 is a heavy LITTLE gun that this holster handles well... I second the reccomendation for AKJ Concealco...
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I too have the same holster for my SP101. I like mine but noticed that the cylinder bulge wants to ride between my hip bone and whatever that next bump is when you head south down the leg. That's fine, just means I have to wear my rig at that level.
I really like mine and I think the price is good. I like the adjustable cant feature and it's that very "wing" that helps the rig pull the butt of the gun close to the side!
Glad you like yours!
Just a quick update on my experience with the AKJ Concealco...
Today was my church's picnic and we had a blast - I played a ton of badminton and frisbee and was very active running, jumping, swinging, and of course, falling down! The holster was great. Comfortable and solid as a rock, it retained my SP101 tightly and safely. I was extremely pleased. Once again, kudos to AKJ Concealco holsters. Al
Have one for my SP101, great holster.
AKJ Concealco holsters are one of the best deals out there. For under $60, you get a holster thats well designed, conceals well and has decent turnaround times.
It's one of my favorite IWBs.
For my Hi-Power:
For my EMP:
Lastly for my 442, I removed the front belt loops.
SA EMP ~ Sig P232s ~ Walther PP ~ Makarov ~ S&W 442 ~ Ruger LCP
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