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Old December 6th, 2019, 12:51 PM   #1
 
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Old December 6th, 2019, 01:05 PM   #2
 
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Suggestions for reliable purveyor of holsters for DO A 7 1/2" .

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I think you canít go wrong with Hunter holsters: https://www.huntercompany.com/?gclid...SAAEgKh2fD_BwE
I talked to Debbie there, and she suggested holster #s 1100-50, 1060-F8, 1080-50, and 1082-50 will fit the ROA. (I presume thatís what you meant?) I donít have any of these for my ROA, but I do have one of their holsters for my Mark lV, and it is top quality.



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Kraemer makes a very good but pricey full flap holster in horse hide or cow hide. Plan to spend 160 plusbut I have several that have survived 20 plus years of hard use. Galco makes a semi full flap ie it covers the hammer and cylinder area but leaves the grip exposed.
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For my 7 1/2" bbl ROA, I went with a Hunter crossdraw holster, #2400-10. It keeps the right side of my body clear for a rifle.
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I found a Hunter 1100-51 on ebay for a real good price. It's a bit long but doesn't bother me for my roa. It could be about 1.5" shorter for the barrel, but I like that you don't need to take the belt off to put it on.
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I used to use a cheap nylon Uncle Mikes. Now I use a cheap leather open top. Perfect fit, all of $20 plus tax, and the feral hogs don’t seem to mind... Walmart

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Bianchi used to make the ROA holster. I don't think they do anymore. Try El Paso saddlery.
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More info on that Walmart leather holster?
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