View Full Version : Help finding a holster
July 6, 2009, 01:18 PM
Does any one know were I can find a leather paddle holster for a k frame S&W?
I used to have a nice one for a J frame I used to have and have had zero luck finding one for my 4" K frame.
thanks for any help!
July 6, 2009, 01:38 PM
Some fun places to look:
Black Hills Leather
C. Rusty Sherrick Custom Leather Works
Del Fatti Leather
El Paso Saddlery Co
Gould and Goodrich
High Noon Holsters
Pale Horse Holsters
Rafters Gun Leather
Tucker Gun Leather
Ugly Bald Guy Holsters
Wild Bills Concealment
MIX of leather and kydex synthetic
TACTICAL CARRY COMPANY
Security Pro USA
July 6, 2009, 01:41 PM
Kramer will build you one:
July 6, 2009, 05:40 PM
thanks, thats quite a list.
as far as having kramer build me one, I may take that option if I cant find one thats mass produced, I'm not sure what they get for a custom job but seeing that their stock holsters are about $155 plus I'm not sure it would be in my price range for the moment, is a custom double that? or mabey more?
I would definetly like one though.
July 6, 2009, 07:08 PM
Kramer is proud of their stuff, no doubt, and getting it cut in horsehide adds a premium to the charge. But there are other options.
I have no idea regarding who might mass-produce leather paddle holsters for 4" S&W K frames, but just did a quick review of the usual suspects:
- Galco (They offer a paddle holster for a 2.5" S&W K frame, but not 4" bbl)
- Milt Sparks
- Mitch Rosen
- El Paso Saddlery
None of them are offering standard production leather paddle holsters for 4" S&W K frames.
I'm gonna guess that you're either gonna find one in an unusual location, or you're not gonna end up with leather, or you're going to pay for a custom job.
You may be able to talk to someone about a one-off. Possibly this guy:
IIRC, there is a young woman on this forum who is just setting up in business manufacturing holsters in Texas - she may be another option.
Or, you can give Kramer a call and see what they can do for you.
At some point you hit the same equation that we all do.
You can have it -
July 8, 2009, 05:13 PM
My K frame S&W rides in a Don Hume H721 thumbbreak. Fobus makes a
Kydex for K frames. Galco and Bianchi make good leather holsters for K frames.
July 9, 2009, 08:35 AM
I found a don hume h720 online, do you happen to know what the difference is ? and how do you like yours?
I'm not really clear on the description, it sais its sued covered kydex so I'm not sure if they just mean the paddle or the whole holster, If any body could clear this up for me it would help me out quite a bit.
July 9, 2009, 02:11 PM
...Simply Rugged up in Alaska. I just bought my first one from them for my SW 620 7 shot .357. I have purchased holsters from more companies than you can name. I will go to them first for any future holsters before looking anywhere else. Very high quality and quick service.
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