Originally Posted by dlee58
Thanks Robo for your input, don't really care what is in favor right now as an ankle holster will fit my needs best. But I have not found a spurless ankle holster and was hopeful what I did find would work.
I think Robocop's reply was pretty much dead on. If you are wondering if a holster made for a spurred hammer will work with a concealed hammer revolver, maybe you should reconsider whether or not the anke rig really will fit your needs best.
An ankle holster is usually used for deep cover or a back up for a reason. It's really not the greatest way to carry a gun unless you plan to sit and never move your legs, or it's COMPLETELY secure. If a holster designed for a spurred hammer revolver is used for a concealed or shrouded hammer, the application is wrong and it will not be a secure fit. You would need to find one that secures the weapon with a strap over the trigger guard, or uses a tensioner like the Galco Ankle Glove.