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    Ammo carry options

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    My Milt Sparks rig for the Python arrived today. The delivery time was about 5 months. Workmanship appears impeccable, as expected.

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    My rig from Milt Sparks came with their speed strip pouch - not featured on their web site: https://www.miltsparks.com/. It is designed for the Bianchi Speed Strip: https://safariland.com/products/speed-strips-pair-10851. The Bianchi holds 6 38/357 rounds. The Milt Sparks pouch holds the speed strip vertically, taking less room on the belt.

    I just received a Most Versatile Ammo Pouch from Simply Rugged: https://www.simplyrugged.com/ecommer...170&parent=671. This pouch uses the Tuff Quickstrips: https://tuffproducts.com/7002-quickstrips-black-2-set/. The Quickstrips have room for 8 rounds - or 6 rounds with 2 empty slots to ease manipulation. The Simply Rugged does occupy more room on the belt. Delivery was quick - about 3 weeks. Quality seems excellent.

    Options are good!

    Milt Sparks on left and Simply Rugged on right.

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    Now that's a beautiful holster for your Python. Well worth the 5 month wait!!

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    What a super sharp outfit, that leather really compliments the Python! Wear and use in good health.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyoming Shooter View Post
    My Milt Sparks rig for the Python arrived today. The delivery time was about 5 months. Workmanship appears impeccable, as expected.

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    That looks a lot nicer than my recent holster from Kramer.

    Will your hammer rotate the cylinder when it's holstered?

    I feel like mine was made for a 681 and not a m65

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03RN View Post
    That looks a lot nicer than my recent holster from Kramer.

    Will your hammer rotate the cylinder when it's holstered?

    I feel like mine was made for a 681 and not a m65
    The fit is great. I haven't tried to rotate the cylinder while holstered. My guess is "no way".

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    My 3” Colt Python is supposed to arrive at the local Sportsmans Warehouse tomorrow. All I need is a reason to pick it up. I sold all of my heavy iron, and I’m carrying a Colt KC Carry along with a M642.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03RN View Post
    That looks a lot nicer than my recent holster from Kramer.

    Will your hammer rotate the cylinder when it's holstered?

    I feel like mine was made for a 681 and not a m65
    It's interesting that you say that. My BHP scabbard from Kramer is perfect, but the Commander one I ordered next doesn't hold nearly as snugly as I'd like. I sent it back once to be tightened up, and it came back with no real difference. I need to resend it.
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    Arms Unlimited has the 4" Pythons for $199 below MSRP and the 3" for $49 below MSRP.

    I don't know anything about those guys, I've never had any dealings with them.
    You do what you can do. Every single day. But life these days seems to be a unrelenting sequence of dealing with imbeciles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie B View Post

    I don't know anything about those guys, I've never had any dealings with them.
    Shop with confidence. They’re legit in my dealings & no issues.

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    Arms Unlimited is solid. I’ve bought guns from them before with absolutely no issues. They’re an LE dealer for several brands.
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