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Old 02-26-2010, 05:29 PM   #1
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I would like some recommendations for a Ruger LCP. I would like a pocket holster that won't break the bank. Any links woud be helpful.

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Old 02-26-2010, 05:37 PM   #2
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Default Here ya go!

Personally I don't own one of these guns, my .380 is a Walther PPK/S but, I've heard many people say they really like "unclegeorgeswalletholster.com". They say it fits their back pocket perfectly.

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Personally I don't own one of these guns, my .380 is a Walther PPK/S but, I've heard many people say they really like "unclegeorgeswalletholster.com". They say it fits their back pocket perfectly.

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Thanks, that looks cool, but looking for something a little cheaper.
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I understand. Try looking at "Cheaper than dirt" and some other on line distributors. You'll find something.

I must say though that I've looked at & bought many holsters and all I can say is that it's really hard to find the "ONE" that fits you, is in your price range, and so on.
Are you looking for IWB or OWB?

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I understand. Try looking at "Cheaper than dirt" and some other on line distributors. You'll find something.

I must say though that I've looked at & bought many holsters and all I can say is that it's really hard to find the "ONE" that fits you, is in your price range, and so on.
Are you looking for IWB or OWB
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not sure what IWB and OWB mean
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not sure what IWB and OWB mean
IWB refers to an Inner Waist Band holster and OWB referes to an Outer Waist Band holster.

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Galco makes two different pocket holsters for the Ruger LCP. The least expensive one can be found on the internet, gunbroker dot com is one place and there are others, for $20.00 and up. A nice holster but somewhat thin leather allowing it to print in some pants pockets. The other is the "Front Pocket Holster" and it goes for about $60.00 and may be found for less money on the internet.
You can Google Galco for their website and to get the number for the holster.

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Have you considered a Clip, like the one CaneBrake got on his LCR, seen in the thread :

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f17/summertime-shorts-23622/

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Thanks for all the options guys.

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Not at this time. When the weather warms up and I need something like that I will probably purchase one. Right now the "Front Pocket" holster works fine.

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