IWB, Tuckable for a SW 642....

IWB, Tuckable for a SW 642....

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    IWB, Tuckable for a SW 642....

    I did do a search and I have been reading threads that refer to brands that are kinda hard to get.

    But I am getting to the point that I am going to have to wait....

    That said.


    I am looking for an IWB tuck-able for my revolver. If it would not run afoul of any forum rules, could you please post brands that are reputable. I seem to find many many holsters for all type of semi auto, however very few for revolvers.... am I looking in the wrong places?



    I also prefer not to pocket carry. I do not even like keys in my pocket... However I am until I find a IWB that is quality... Right now this Uncle mikes I picked up is worth the 12 bucks I spent on it.....


    Thanks guys....


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    Joe,
    I just bought a DM Bullard Dual Carry for my Colt New Agent. The quality is very high and I received it within a week. He has another new tuckable that also looks interesting. Try dmbullardleather.com.

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    Go check out High Noon holsters.
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    Have the Crossbreed supertuck for my 642. Conformed great to my body, throw on a t shirt and don't even worry about it. I don't tuck much, as it is too much of a hassle, but the easy on/off, easy re=holstering, good retention, and comfort are great for me!!
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    A minimalist gun like a snub is best in something like the Tucker Cover Up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keroseneburner View Post
    Joe,
    I just bought a DM Bullard Dual Carry for my Colt New Agent. The quality is very high and I received it within a week. He has another new tuckable that also looks interesting. Try dmbullardleather.com.
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    Have Dual Carry for Ruger SP101. Conceals well.
    I haven't used the tuckable config, but looks like it would do as well as any.

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    I use the Galco Summer comfort for my 642. Works great. Leather, inexpensive and good quality!

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    an excellent place for J frame holsters is the used holsters bin at your local gunshop. mine has TONs. i got a pre-owned biachi IWB for a whopping 11.00 and it's been perfect.

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    I have a Tuck Clip and Tuck Snap for a J-frame in stock.



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    I second the recommendation for High Noon holster. They have in stock models that work very well with the 642 Smith. They are well made and relatively inexpensive.
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