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Old 02-08-2012, 05:26 AM   #11
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Thank you, everyone.

That last holster with the Scoped Ruger .22 is beautiful!!
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Old 02-08-2012, 05:44 PM   #12
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http://www.walmart.com/ip/Uncle-Mike-s-Sidekick-Vertical-Shoulder-Holster-Right-Size-3/17284266#Specifications
I think this is the one i have, but i don't think mine came from Wally's (may be slightly different). IIRC, the holster can be removed from the harness and worn on the belt, but i haven't tried it. Comfort is the thing on this one for me.
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Old 02-09-2012, 12:17 AM   #13
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Actually i just bought my first holster this morning for my Gp100 4inch. I got a Galco, cant remember the exact model but it took like 20 minutes to get it to fit perfect. I havent had time to try it out on my belt but the guy i talked to at my local gun store said its one of the best you can get for what i wanted it to do. The first picture is the "break in" that the instructions said to cover it with a ziplock bag and it only said to let it sit in there for 15 mintues and wiggle it around for a minute and after that it slides in and out really well. And there are retaining bolts to fine tune how snug it fits in the holster. Not to loose but not to tight. I also got a Galco belt thats very thick to support the weight of the gun. Both items were just a little over $200 but its a good deal for a good quality holster. Plus its made in the USA. Hope this helps.
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Look at that four incher; it's a nice size.
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Quote:
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Look at that four incher; it's a nice size.
That's what she said? Couldn't resist sorry
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Hey, dont make fun of me because its only four inches. I like my four inches. And my oldlady likes my four incher also, shes thinking about getting one for herself. Wait???
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Hey, dont make fun of me because its only four inches. I like my four inches. And my oldlady likes my four incher also, shes thinking about getting one for herself. Wait???
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The model of my holster is the phoenix and I cant even tell that i have it on my hip. Tried it last night when i got home and for a little bit before work today. Works good so far.
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