I will try it out.
Nice job, thanks for the info.
Good luck, be safe & shoot straight
I will try it out.
"Being a cheap ass and a person with little knowledge, I decided that I would craft my own pock holster. Doing some research, I found the holster that I want to mimic. No I am not going to tell you which one. Consider it an exercise for the reader."
I prefer to be called frugal, but I like the idea for the pocket holster.
Well this is what I might have to do for my old 327m snubby.I cant find a maker who has molds.May have to make kydex anyone know of a maker in Colorado who could make one ??????????
Anyone that can make a holster for a small frame Taurus should be able to make one. If it is a six shot and he only has 5 shot guns or molds he should be able to fill in the flutes in the cylinder and it should work fine.
This is my first post on this forum. I know this is an old thread, but I love seeing the different designs.
This is my attempt at an Under Waistband Holster. It rides under the belt line. The gun is an Airsoft CZ-75 just for display. It is all Kydex and works pretty well.
This is a trigger guard pocket holster for my 709 Slim. The cord ties to the belt and you can place the pistol in your belt or pocket and carry it safer than without a complete trigger covering. It was basically an experiment with some scrap Kydex
No Kydex, No Problem. I used a bent wire hanger and made this hook for in IWB carry.
NO Kydex, No problem. I used a 32 ounce plastic drink cup and a heat gun to mold to my 1911. The top on is all leather for my Rossi 3" 357 revolver.
OK, Final one. No Kydex, No problem. I used ABS plastic plumbers pipe (ABS is thinner than Class 200, can be found at any big box hardware store). I got a 4" pipe and measured the length of the holster. I cut the pipe. Using a $12 Wal-Mart heat gun (found in the paint department), I heated the pipe and molded it around my gun. I then paided extra attention and molded the trigger "dent". This is the part that helps with retention. A quick hammer on rivet or 3 for the strap and the folds in the plastic and I was done. Then a .98 cent can of matte black spray paint to finish the holster. I spent about $3 total.