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I'm looking to get a holster for my Redhawk. I'd like something in this sort of style. Anyone know where I should look?
 

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I have a Simply Rugged pancake for my Red Hawk 41 and for the $$$$ it’s a nice holster.
www.simplyrugged.com
 

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It's a nice holster but not the style I want. I want cowboy style. :D
 

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I bet El Paso Saddlery could make you about any style you want. I know they can make a Tom Threepersons holster for the Redhawk.
 

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Them are some nice looking holsters, I like the one on the left the best.
 

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I'm going to call them tomorrow and see if I can get one for my Redhawk. They have a belt that matches and I may get that too.

The one on the left is the one I'm going to look into. :)
 

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Cool good luck.
 

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Oklahoma Leather makes some very nice and very affordable holsters and gunbelts in that style.
 

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just to add

there is always these folks
http://www.huntercompany.com/leather.html

they have western and field holsters as well
perhaps they are making them for the 4" as the site is old and still showing just 5.5" or longer.................
 

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George Lawrence Leather Co. used to have some fine holsters of all types...but they're gone...does anyone know whether they just folded or were they absorbed into another company? Been ordering from them and Don Hume since the 70s....I remember they had some fancy cowboy holsters...
 

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Beats me Sheepdog. :|

I like Galco leather too. They make some nice stuff.
 

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There's some nice stuff on those sites!

I've found that the Redhawk is so big and heavy that most holsters are too small. The one I'm using is being stretched so that the gun will fit in all the way. It's a cross draw holster, but the weight of the gun makes it a straight type. The holster would have to be a lot sturdier to hold it in a cross draw position.
 

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pehaps chest/bandolieer style..................lot easier to pack that much iron that way than on the hip------of course suspenders would help out for hip carry! :lol: :lol:
 
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