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Thread: S&W 357, model 64, K frame holster wanted/suggestions?

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    Like the title says, I have a S&W 357 model 64, K frame and I need a holster. Since this was a cops gun, I figure there has to be old holster floating around, but I can not seem to find them. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

    I have an under the arm holster, but I want one that straps to my belt.

    Thanks!
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    If you want leather, check out

    http://www.epsaddlery.com/pc-72-11-7...a-holster.aspx

    I have one and am very happy with it. Take a look at their other models too.

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    Thanks for the lead, that looks like it would be a fine choice.

    It would be a shame to spend $66-$89 and then not like the way it fits. Is there someone in the greater Milw area has one I could try out? I would greatly appreciate it!


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    They are pretty good to work with if you're not happy. I think there is a "re-stocking" charge for custom pieces.

    Take a look at some of their other Classic Carry stuff.

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    Comp-tac will have you covered. They have been making revolver holsters since they started over 10 years ago... I highly recommend the locking paddle, but I believe they have more recent options that are selling better...

    www.comp-tac.com



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