Smith and wesson 6906

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    Smith and wesson 6906

    i am looking for a nice holster to conceal my 6906 with.. any suggestions

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    anyone??

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    Sorry - didn't see this thread before!

    kevin of http://www.kdholsters.com has that gun listed for the defender series of rigs - OWB anyways.

    Go to this page - http://www.kdholsters.com/owb-defend.shtml and if you look at bottom you'll see this link to what is available re gun models -
    http://www.kdholsters.com/available.shtml

    Hope this gets you started. Drop Kevin an email from one of his contact links if you want more info.
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    Welcome to the Forum Ranger.
    I'm not familiar with that model so I can't personally offer much help. Have you contacted the resident leather makers here? Seems at least one of them would be able to get you set up.

    http://brommelandgunleather.com
    http://www.kdholsters.com/
    http://www.hbeleatherworks.com/
    http://www.delfatti.com/
    http://www.garritysgunleather.com/

    If you need something fast and don't mind paying a bit extra, check out Craig and Audrey Chadwick at http://www.lightningarms.com/ . They stock a nice variety of custom leather and Galco products and well as the Wilderness Instructors belts.

    Good luck with your search,
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    sweet thanks guys... thanks for the help

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    The S&W 669 is dimensionally identical to your 6906, and many holster makers list the 669 in their fit charts. So keep an eye out for holsters also fitting a 669 and you will be all set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MillCreek
    The S&W 669 is dimensionally identical to your 6906, and many holster makers list the 669 in their fit charts. So keep an eye out for holsters also fitting a 669 and you will be all set.
    That depends on the holster; they're not dimensionally identical.
    The 669 had a squared or hooked trigger-guard. The first generation 6906 had a squared or hooked guard also, but it was more oblong than that on a 669. Later generation 6906s did away with the hook and had round trigger-guards. This may not make a difference with a generic, less fitted holster; but with a detail-molded one fit will definately be an issue.
    I think the gun manufacturers make these changes to keep life interesting for us holster-makers.
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    I have one of the first Gen of the 6906 you might try what I use
    a Milt sparks 1H works for me
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    i have a 6906 and am looking at getting this holster: S&W - 6906 - "Quick-Assemble-Kit" - Inside the Waistband - Hybrid Belly - Gun Holster Kit - Old Faithful Holsters

    i would like to try to modify it to a single clip appendix carry like the crossbreed but that's just me.
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