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    If you have a largish pocket like a vest, you don't really even need a pocket holster. Just cut a stiff piece of cardboard that fits the pocket and keep that between the gun and the outside of the pocket. No printing whatsoever. Just don't put anything in that pocket except the gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sknhgy View Post
    Isn't the 605 a bit heavy for pocket carry?



    I tried putting a J Frame Barami Hip Grip on my 605 and it didn't match up.
    I pocket carry a PT-145 in my cargo shorts, a 605 would not be much different. Hey, I'm a big guy with big pockets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sknhgy View Post
    Well shucks I might just have to give my 605 a go at pocket carry.
    But now I need a holster. (Any recommendations?)
    You guys are evil.
    I carry my S&W 442 and Taurus 605 in the same Aholster Pocket Backbone kydex holster. Mine was made for the 442 as I owned that first, but they do make one specific to the 605 if that's all you have.

    https://aholster.com/product/pocket-backbone/
    PT22, 85 Poly, 865, 605, M44.... what's next?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldHillbilly View Post
    Also note that several of us have been told by Taurus customer service that removal of the grip voids the warranty. There have been several threads regarding this in this forum in the last month or so.
    Taurus sells a number of 605 replacement grips on their website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sknhgy View Post
    Isn't the 605 a bit heavy for pocket carry?



    I tried putting a J Frame Barami Hip Grip on my 605 and it didn't match up.
    <shrug>

    I've carried a steel 605 extensively, usually in a pocket holster.

 

 
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