Holster for a top break revolver
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    Holster for a top break revolver

    Where do you find a .32SW DA top break revolver new lined holster?????
    I need one for a belt silp on, something easy peasy.


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    Left handed, like this one pictured, if you have a link to a holster company I would appreciate it.

    Thanks

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    to the forums from the Wiregrass! There are lots of holster makers that make OWB models that'll fit your safety hammerless. Something for a 3.5" J frame should work. Here are some.

    I happen to have a 4" clip-on left hand with a thumb break. This is it holstering my .38 Regulation Police 4-1/4". I don't know the manufacturer except it is top grade so could be a S&W or Desantis brand. PM me if you are interested and we might make a deal.

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    UPDATE: I did a little more research. It seems this is a Ted Blocker IWB model although I see no reason it couldn't be worn OWB. Seems to me the snap is backwards for an IWB. <shrug>
    Last edited by Wiregrassguy; 09-29-2019 at 10:54 AM.
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