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    SP101 holster

    What are you carrying your sp101 in? I can't find any good holsters locally so I need to rely on your opinions. I want something for IWB concealment. I pretty small, 5'4 140lb. Pictures would really help, thanks!
    Vermont does not issue Permit/Licenses to Carry a Concealed firearm. Vermont allows anyone
    who can legally own a firearm to carry it concealed without a permit of any kind.

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    Highnoon Split Decision. Tuckable or can use as "regular" IWB. I use one virtually every day I'm carrying.
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    Thats a nice holster but they only have it for the 2 1/4" barrel
    Vermont does not issue Permit/Licenses to Carry a Concealed firearm. Vermont allows anyone
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    Have you checked the Galco site? Warning, it's a very slow website but if you have lots of time, something may well be there.
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    I also carry a High Noon, SD. You might ask them about the longer bl. They are very helpful in the email department.
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    I just sent them an e-mail, everyone one on the page for IWB is for the 2 1/4"barrel I have the 3 1/16". those a really nice though I hope they respond with good news!
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    I am going to contact Comp-Tac when my SP 101 comes out of layaway.

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    Call Rob at simplyrugged.com.

    I use the silver dollar pancake for my 101. It is set up for both IWB and OWB.

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    I'm really not a fan of the pancake holsters I have never had one that was comfortable.
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    Carry my Sp-101 2" bbl. in one of two holsters. The first (and the one I generally prefer) is the 2 0'Clock Carry by Comp-Tac
    which generally known as an appendix carry holster (worn at 2 0'Clock as the name implies). On a good gun belt (an absolute necessity) I have found this rig to be easy on and easy off the belt but extremely solid in place. I recommend it highly.

    Another holster I use for the Sp-101 is the SOB by Galco.


    At the outset let me say that I never wear this rig at the 6 O'Clock position as it is just too doggone uncomfortable to wear in that position. I wear it at more-or-less the 5 0'Clock position which makes it both comfortable and easy to reach. It has a screw tightening device which I find really helpful as my Ruger is the hammerless model. Both holsters work well.
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    Yesterday, Sunday, I bought my long-barreled SP101 gun at Bill Goodman's Gun and Knife Show. Such a pretty shiny revolver deserves its very own form-fitting leather holster I know. My new FNP-9 got a tanned leather Galco at Stoner Holsters in Middletown/Hamilton? Ohio. Damn! They are too close! I look at suggestions and brand names.

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    I use a Canute, Regulator, or Ankle holster for my Ruger.
    www.ubgholsters.com short wait times. Use 'defensivecarry' as a coupon code for a discount to your order.

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    Milt Sparks Versa Max II. It is well worth the wait and price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adkjoe View Post
    What are you carrying your sp101 in? I can't find any good holsters locally so I need to rely on your opinions. I want something for IWB concealment. I pretty small, 5'4 140lb. Pictures would really help, thanks!
    I made this for my son, a similar holster could be made for an SP101. This is a 1-3/4" belt, the gun is a 2" Taurus.


    Made this almost 2 years ago for a guy in Nebraska, I think. I like the dual loops better.


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    I used to have a SP101. A close friend of mine wanted it more than I wanted to keep it. I tricked it out with custom wood grips ect. It was tucked in a Kramer Scabbard forward tilt holster. I found the holster at a gun show for $50.00. The bag a price tag of $120.00. I just couldn't get used to the 2-1/2" brl gun for some reason.
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