Favorite Snubby IWB Holster?

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    Favorite Snubby IWB Holster?

    I have a pocket holster that works just fine, but when I'm looking for IWB carry with my snubby, what holster should I use? I'm looking for something that is fairly easy to get on and off. All recommendations are welcome. Pictures are even better. Thanks!

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    I have an Andrews MacDaniel II for my 642.
    The Straps in the back and takes seconds on and off.
    I love this holster and gun combo.JMO
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    I have one of these for my CA .44spl
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    It's made by Simply Rugged, my model is the "Silver Dollar" with 3 belt slots, and removable IWB belt loops. It's great to be able to use it both as OWB and IWB. Took about 4 weeks exactly and the price is almost unbeatable for custom made leather holster. There made by a guy in Wasilla, AK.

    Here's the link Leather Gun Holster, Concealed carry holster, Simply Rugged!", Proudly made in Alaska. Be sure to read down about the "Inside-Out Straps". I love mine, I'll post a picture of the actual one I have in a little bit.

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    Galco Stow N Go. Simple and inexpensive, yet is comfortable and reliable.
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    Side Guard Holsters - IWB Holsters - Tuck Clip Got mine just after the first of the year. Love it ! I wear at 3:30 to 4:00 and the 642 disappears on me with a t shirt. Can't beat the price AND the quality is outstanding. Easy on/easy off. Nothing more can be said......except the manufacturer is a member of this forum and communicates with his customers during the order & wait times (6 weeks around xmas). Excellent to work with. What else is needed ?

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    Take a look at Fist. I think they make most of their holsters for the snubby. Here is one. Their delivery times are relatively short, and prices right for the quality.
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    I'll second cdwolf's choice of Andrew's Leather and the McDaniel II. The belt loop is off the gun making for as thin a "package" as one can have with a revolver. Single loop is plenty to stabilize a J-frame. Works fine with my 638.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdwolf View Post
    I have an Andrews MacDaniel II for my 642.
    The Straps in the back and takes seconds on and off.
    I love this holster and gun combo.JMO
    Andrews Custom Leather

    +1 for cdwolf and Pizza Bob's choice - Andrews MacDaniel II

    May not be my one FAVORITE iwb for my snubby, but it sure is up there!







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    Question for TwinCarry

    [QUOTE=TwinCarry;1030854]+1 for cdwolf and Pizza Bob's choice - Andrews MacDaniel II

    May not be my one FAVORITE iwb for my snubby, but it sure is up there!


    TwinCarry,
    The Andrews leather looks great. This is another good "find" , thanks to you and the others for sharing Andrews.
    So if the Andrews McDaniel ll is one of your favorites but maybe not your favorite... I think it begs the question ... What is your favorite IWB for your snubby? I was sold on the Andrews until I saw that maybe you are holding back...haha.





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    It's a dead heat for me between a K&D Thunderbird and the Andrews, Have both, very happy with both.
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    Concealco makes a great holster as well for a snubby, easy on and off with loops front and rear, hold tight to the body.

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    I have 2 Bianchi professional 100's for my 38 and my taurus 44 spl snubbies and love both of them!
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    High Noon makes the hidden asset, nice holster and easy on the budget. Also take a look at Desantis. The tuck this 2 is a great holster and adjustable. From small of back to crossdraw and every thing in between.
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