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silver dollar pancake holster?

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    silver dollar pancake holster?

    i'm considering one of these for my Ruger SP101 and colt cobra,how would you guys rate this holster as far as quality and how well it conceals? also are their gun belts any good? please forgive all the questions but I know nothing about simply rugged holsters/belts.

    http://www.simplyrugged.com/index.html


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    I got a Sourdough Pancake from Rob for my 3" GP100. It is a nice holster overall. It's exactly what is says. Simple....and rugged! Before I bought mine I did a google search and found several reviews. As I recall one guy ordered a Silver Dollar for his Taurus and really liked it. Fits tight to the body for a wheel gun holster, but as you can see the surface area of the holster is pretty good sized. Mine is a 3 slot which allows for cross draw, standard strong side carry and a straight drop strong side which makes the gun actually ride a little higher.

    A search here at DC turned up this thread....

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...-holsters.html



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    Seems like there is just too much unnecessary leather for my tastes & I prefer a rig more tightly molded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    Seems like there is just too much unnecessary leather for my tastes & I prefer a rig more tightly molded.
    So do I. In fact the holsters look pretty crude to me compared with almost any other maker. However, if the holster suits and at the right price the user is the final arbiter.

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    I looked at the Simply Rugged holster gallery.
    I don't think they would work for me personally due to my particular carry location coupled with the fact that I always wear either 5.11 or Woolrich Elite pants and all of that extra "bottom leather" would likely block easy access to one & possibly two of my pockets and I need all of my pockets.
    Either I use all of my pockets or I'll need to start carrying a purse.

    Possibly I'm making a problem where there wouldn't be one.
    It's one of those sorts of things where I would actually need to strap one on and then evaluate it first hand.


    Quote Originally Posted by JerryM View Post
    So do I. In fact the holsters look pretty crude to me compared with almost any other maker. However, if the holster suits and at the right price the user is the final arbiter.

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    I carry my 3" 629, 4" GP100 & 3" M64 in Simply Rugged panckes and they work great, very functional. I also cary daily my Kimber Tactical Pro II ni what he used to call the Open Top. All are finished nicely and can't be beat for the price, they are not for show, they are for use!

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    One of the things that stood out about this holster is that its flat and thin. I'm guessing it's one of the reason's why it got it's name other than it's shape. It's also very tight against the body. So as far when getting a holster that conceals well, I would recommend it. Quaility and boning in my opinion is "Fair". It's no Del Fatti, Sparks or Alessi, but it does the job well.

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    My S&W 3" M60 in a Silver Dollar by Simply Rugged. It is an absolutely outstanding holster in every way. I have a number of other holsters by Simply Rugged - quality products all!
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