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Old 07-19-2014, 03:04 AM   #11
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I made a cc holster for my Vaquero. It is not my normal carry. But once in a while I feel a little nostalgic.


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I made a cc holster for my Vaquero. It is not my normal carry. But once in a while I feel a little nostalgic.
I use a bulldog IWB holster for a Kel Tec P3AT or Ruger LCP to carry my Blackhawk with a 6" barrel. The holster doesn't cover the trigger but it does keep trash out of the cylinder.

This is a medium holster. I would try it before I bought it. The small holster fits the frame on the Blackhawk perfectly.

My leather holster for compact semi auto's fits the Blackhawk also. I don't abuse the holster because it is has formed itself to my EDC.
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not practical. but i was a student back then after i got out of the army so it fit the look.
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Most here have seen this already, but was curious if this counts.....
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You need an IWB holster. I think.
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Would definately be a confidence builder. Lol
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lol thats awesome
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Turkey Hunter, that looks to be a bit slow on the reload... but I'm not your Daddy.

On occasion I've been known to carry a Model P clone (Single Action Army revolver in .45 Colt). On rare occasion I have carried a Colt model M. Just for old times sake I have toted a four inch S&W M29 in a FBI type holster.

Nothing real strange like a Broomhandle Mauser or a Bergman Simplex.
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Turkey Hunter, that looks to be a bit slow on the reload... but I'm not your Daddy.

On occasion I've been known to carry a Model P clone (Single Action Army revolver in .45 Colt). On rare occasion I have carried a Colt model M. Just for old times sake I have toted a four inch S&W M29 in a FBI type holster.

Nothing real strange like a Broomhandle Mauser or a Bergman Simplex.
had to look up that bergman simplex. that thing is cool
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I just picked up a Glock 29 for hiking, great gun. Recoil isn't bad at all either.
Good for you. In the wilds, nothing much beats a 10mm with hot loads.


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