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Old 10-22-2011, 09:16 PM   #1
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I'm trying to find a no-frills, plain Jane left handed IWB holster for my SP101. I carry behind my belt buckle. Suggestions?

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Old 10-22-2011, 11:01 PM   #2
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Suggestions?
I was getting ready to say Crossbreed ST then I re-read your post and saw you said you carried behind your belt buckle.

So, I would go with a High Noon Mr. Softy. The fit list doesn't say a 3" SP, but it does have the 2.5" listed. And the Mr. Softy is "open-ended" so I don't see why it wouldn't work with a 3". I'll take a quick pic of my G26 in one so you can see the muzzle end. ymmv.



Not a ton of options for the 3" crowd.
If you run across an OWB for the 3" lmk.
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Nice
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This is a post from my forum. According to replies they waork as advertised...

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This is an interesting albeit useful invention, assuming it works as claimed. Based upon the reviews it does...Remora Holsters



Here's a review that Mas Ayoob did...


Here is a simple users review from a young man named James aka JCP281...Remora IWB Holster Review - YouTube

I believe the time has come for this...I an seriously thinking about one as...

Question: do any of our members have a Remora and, if so, what's your impression of the product?
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I haven't tried the Remora but I do have a Sticky that is all most the same thing, and is made in the US with a lifetime warranty. I love it, I purchased one for the wife for her .380 and after seeing how well it worked for her I went back and got one for my Kimber Ultra CDP II. Retention is great, draws easily, I do remove the holster to re-holster the weapon. A habit due to training with my Glock,even though I don't like soft holsters for a Glock, I pay extra attention while re-holstering mine.

Here is a link for the Sticky Sticky Holsters - Redefining Concealment they run $25-30

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I think I'm going to have to get me one...

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I just bought the sp101 in 38spl can you tell me lil about it or what u like!

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I like those stickies, thanks for the posts.

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I haven't tried the Remora but I do have a Sticky that is all most the same thing, and is made in the US with a lifetime warranty. I love it, I purchased one for the wife for her .380 and after seeing how well it worked for her I went back and got one for my Kimber Ultra CDP II. Retention is great, draws easily, I do remove the holster to re-holster the weapon. A habit due to training with my Glock,even though I don't like soft holsters for a Glock, I pay extra attention while re-holstering mine.

Here is a link for the Sticky Sticky Holsters - Redefining Concealment they run $25-30
Just ordered one
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