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Carrying your S&W snubbies?

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    Mine's usually in a soft Uncle Mike's pocket holster in front right pocket - sometimes in rear right pocket where a wallet might otherwise normally be.
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    In this holster. Started with a M36 and now the M640-1.

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    I carry my snubbie in a Blackhawk #3. It looks as if it's the same pocket holster as an Uncle Mikes #3.
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    Pocket holster works well in cargo type pants or pants with larger pockets. Mine is a 442!

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    I have a 638 also and carry it many different ways:
    IWB- Alessi Holsters (when carried as primary)
    Pocket- Desantis Nemesis (for summer time when I wear cargo shorts. Too big for jeans pockets)
    Ankle- Uncle Mikes size 0 (when carried as a BUG)
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    638 in a Comptact Shirt Tucker at 5:00. If I had to do it all over again, I would. Warm weather, cold weather. It works great, feels safe and solid. Sit, stand, walk or work. Driving is comfortable but the draw is unrealistic.
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    I carry my 640-1 and my mdl 10 2" in Fist #6 holsters with extreme fwd cant.

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    S&W 66 in Simply Rugged Sourdough Pancake.

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    Sorry,no pics. But I do carry my 638 in a Mika pocket holster.
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    I orderd my Mika pocket holster 1 hr hour ago! so soon will be carrying in Right front pocket!
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    I Carry a Ruger SP101) Although I wear a KILT most of the time, my carry is the same for "pants". except for #5
    It depends on the occasion.
    1. Custom made "Miami/Jackass"
    2. OWB = "Galco"
    3. IWB = Custom made ( w/reg belt "straps & Large for Kilt belt.) ame cant & a a little higher rise.
    4.Wilderness Tactical "Safe Packer"
    5. Custom "Sporrans" ( Kilt only)

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    I've said this before somewhere (forgive me I'm old and senile) but I marvel how you guys can carry around those S&W's in your pockets. Everytime I try to carry my 642, I feel like I have an elephant in my pocket. I'll put it in the car when driving (glove box) and, at night, it is behind my bed, but for the pocket a little 380 is about it for me. If only the S&W felt like the little 380, all would be right with me.

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