concealment holster for sp101??

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boomer92266

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i have a ruger sp101 357magnum, 3inch barrel. i have decided to get my conceal carry permit, what would be a good choice? i am on a strick budget so i need something that will work but be inexspensive. i have been open carrying without trouble here in ky., but i think i would feel more comfortable when i go to town if i concealed. i have lived here all my life and from time to time, there will be someone open carrying in town. the police don't even bother cause they know its legal, when i went to town the first time they checked me out to make sure i was ok(not drunk, and ran a background check to be sure i could legaly own and carry the gun) when i passed, they said they would make a note so i wouldn't be bothered again. now i go just about everywhere, but i would like to get my conceal carry permit. thanks for any help.
 

ab4ka

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I've got a 3" SP101 .38Spl and I'm carrying it in a High Noon Holsters Bare Asset. Great little holster at a great price, and High Noon makes good stuff. Another great holster is anything by RGrizzle Leather. I've got a couple of his, and he even made me a pocket holster for my SP101. Got to have deep pockets but I can pull in off in some of my pants :D
 

hutchman

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I've got a Simply Rugged and am completely satisfied with it. I can't say enough good about it. From my perspective there is no need to even try anything else.......
 

rtl

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I have a Don Hume JIT for every handgun I own and an Uncle Mike's IWB for most. For inexpensive concealment and reliability you can't beat either. Simply Rugged is a very close second for concealability for just a bit more money, deservedly so for the quality. jmho
 

Chance

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I tried 3 other brands before springing for one of Rob's Simply Rugged Sourdough Pancake's. The others haven't come out of the closet since. Works equally well for outside or concealed carry.
 

GhosT

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Gotta first agree with 22/45 fan,
"The cheapest? Uncle Mike's IWB, Size 0."

Boomer,
Own the slightly shorter barrel version, but they all work.
I own several...from belly bands, to shoulder holsters.

Try an IWB first....Then try several.
Yer size and weight comes into it.....lol
Hit the right one...won't even notice it is there.....TILL NEEDED!
 

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