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Old April 13th, 2017, 07:00 AM   #1
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LCR owners, what do you think about this holster?

Saw this and thinking it may be a good "Minimalist" holster. Wondering if anyone has one.



https://www.etsy.com/listing/2253662...r-38-mag-kydex




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From the pictures it looks like the trigger is covered on both sides of the gun so that is good. I wonder how difficult re-holstering will be with that open design.

For me, I just I would rather have a holster that covers the whole gun and I am not a big fan of kydex. I will take a good old leather holster anyday.

But that is just my preferences. If you like it, go for it.
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I think $50 is a little pricey for what you're getting!
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I use a Fobus for my LCR and it works very well for me.
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I also prefer leather & use the Mitch Rosen holster Ruger sells. Very comfortable, with no security issues.

For my other guns, I use Privateer Leather predominantly- good quality product at competitive price & delivery times
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I'd be interested to see what the other side looks like. The fact that the clip is over the trigger guard rather than the cylinder to save a little thickness is cool. The side against your body (which you can't see) needs to have more coverage than the outside, IMO. If it does, and straight drop works for you, it looks good to me.

If you end up getting it, please post more info. I'm still looking for a better holster for my LCR, although I'm not sure about the straight drop.
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I'd be interested to see what the other side looks like. The fact that the clip is over the trigger guard rather than the cylinder to save a little thickness is cool. The side against your body (which you can't see) needs to have more coverage than the outside, IMO. If it does, and straight drop works for you, it looks good to me.

If you end up getting it, please post more info. I'm still looking for a better holster for my LCR, although I'm not sure about the straight drop.
Agreed. The fact that they have a bunch of pictures only showing the clip side makes me suspicious. Its not my style anyways, and $50 for a dinky kydex holster is a lot.
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I had a clip attachable to the gun years ago on my model 36 and it worked fine.
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Looks quite good to me. The website shows a glimpse of the backside and it looks like full coverage against your body. I just wonder if the lack of flexibility would be uncomfortable.Probably just take a little getting used to.
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