Murph's Concealment Holsters

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    Murph's Concealment Holsters

    Does anyone have any experience with Murph's Holsters? I picked up three at the gun show in Raleigh, NC a couple of weeks ago. Two are belt slide type designs, one for a K frame and one for a N frame. The third is a IWB of a Milt Sparks type. The K and N frames were $30 each and the IWB was $38. They look pretty good, tight stiching and the boning was pretty good as well. He is based in China Grove NC. Sorry, no pictures, not that advanced yet.

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    The third is a IWB of a Milt Sparks type
    I've no experience with Murph's holsters. Milt Sparks Holsters show 6 distinctively different IWB offerings on their site, which one does it resemble?
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    Most closely resembles the Summer Special.

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    Tried to Google the brand to have a look. Top entry was this thread .

    Have you tried the IWB yet? Try wearing it for 8 hours or more, see if it is comfortable enough to keep wearing it.
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    I have worn the IWB with a SR9 several times, longest being about 5 hours. Fairly comfortable and concealment is good under a insulated over shirt, my normal attire during cool weather. Because it uses a snap arrangement instead of a belt loop like my "Beltman" made IWB, the holster wants to shift (rock) sightly when moving from a seating to a standing position. Not a problem, just have to make a slight adjustment with the elbow.
    If it holds up over the winter, then I would recommend it.

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