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Thread: Holster for new S&W 686 4" suggestions

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    I am looking for holster for new revolver that I really like and would like to start CCW with it. I am 5'10 171 lbs waist between 31 and 33 when full and right handed. as the weather is changing can someone who has one suggest a good holster as I do not want to buy and try, then end up stuck with something not good nor comfortable.

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    I have a Sourdough Pancake (Simply Rugged) holster (OWB). http://www.simplyrugged.com/store/index.html
    I also have one of these that is more practical for everyday use.
    http://www.dillonprecision.com/#/con...quot__revolver
    When I CC a revolver (Rarely) I use this:
    http://www.hoffners.com/min4a.jpg

    Almost anything that will fit a K/L frameshould work, Bianchi and Galco make several.



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    Second on the Simply Rugged pancake holsters. I have three revolvers, and all three are carried in these holsters.

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    The Fobus paddle is great for CCW. It's what I use when I have to conceal.

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    Thinking about the Sourdough Pancake for my Redhawk.

    Is the option of a removable safety strap basically the addition of a retention strap of some sort? Does anyone have photos of various configurations??

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