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Thread: Ruger LCR IWB/AIWB

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    Just got a chance to throw mine on. First looks are deceitful- it looks like a simple piece of kydex that got sent out the door ASAP.

    It isnít. Easily the most comfortable holster for the LCR that Iíve put on to date. Hides very well with no hot spots.

    Ordered the soft loop as that has been my preference for a while. I decided to put the clip on since thatís what it has been designed with originally to the best of my knowledge, and man, itís great.

    Even with no belt, it is secure as hell but still offers a fast draw, even with little boot grips. I highly recommend this.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeep45238 View Post
    Just got a chance to throw mine on. First looks are deceitful- it looks like a simple piece of kydex that got sent out the door ASAP.

    It isnít. Easily the most comfortable holster for the LCR that Iíve put on to date. Hides very well with no hot spots.

    Ordered the soft loop as that has been my preference for a while. I decided to put the clip on since thatís what it has been designed with originally to the best of my knowledge, and man, itís great.

    Even with no belt, it is secure as hell but still offers a fast draw, even with little boot grips. I highly recommend this.


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    Awesome, glad to hear!

    As for design intent... Our approach to everything is modular without the downsides of modular. Most attachments will work on the revolver holsters though, including the TuckStrut. We really only ever lose attachments that wind up being suspect for durability and/or stability.

    We also do our best to keep in the loop and there are some new attachments now and coming soon that will be a direct fit that folks my like even more.
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    Iíd love to see your insight on whatís coming down the pike :-)


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    Refined LCR on the way! Spherical cylinder end and a slight tweak to the retention feel are coming.
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    Will your holster for the lcr work for either the .38spl or .357mag? I think the only dimensional difference is the cylinder machining between the two.

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    Can any one post up a pic of the body side of this holster or are they identical? Trying to see where I could put a foam wedge on the shell...

    I haven't seen what these look like, no pic on www site yet.

    Thx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew78 View Post
    Can any one post up a pic of the body side of this holster or are they identical? Trying to see where I could put a foam wedge on the shell...

    I haven't seen what these look like, no pic on www site yet.

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    Body side of mine. Bear in mind Iím a lefty.



    Let me know if you need any other angles.


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    Thanks Rich! I really appreciate the photograph. If it's not too much trouble maybe you could show me the front as well? I'm getting ready to put an order in for one tonight just want to get a feel for how it's laid out. Thanks again, much appreciated sir!

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