Both makers mentioned are top notch and can very likely help you....in your quest
some things to keep in mind with snubbies is to keep the loops away from the gun. The bulk of the cylinder can really kill you if you have the wrong style of holster, with the belt attachment right over the gun.
Keep it thin and spread out and you'll be much happier the first time around.
My primary is a 642 in an Alessi Hard Shell Talon. the main thing I like about it is the Talon clip grips to the waistband underneath the belt, nothing shows above the belt line whatsoever. I've also got an HBE COM III on order for the 642 as well, the offset loops are more comfortable IMHO as it gives a snowshoe effect and spreads the weight over a larger area.
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