Forgot to add im 5'10 and about 240lbs, got a bit of a "tactical muffin top" going there so Aiwb is out for me, I cant even carry my tcp like that, just not comfortable at all.
Any recommendations for IWB holsters for the M85? Thanks.I carry all sorts of shapes and sizes of firearms, one of which is an M85UL. (As well as other revolvers.)
I find my M85UL to be very comfortable. They cylinder has never been an issue for me and I only carry it IWB, crossdraw, or in a pocket.
Which time zone?Hello all, got a question for you fine folks out there. I am not new to concealed carry but I have always carried a semi-auto. I usually carry my pt111 g2 or my Tcp depending on weather and what I am doing that day. I have recently gotten interested in a 38sp revolver after getting to try out a m85 ultra lite. My question to anyone out there thats carried a revolver iwb is...are they comfortable. By comfortable I mean is the cylinder an issues if you carry at 4:00-4:30. I would be using a Foxx hybrid leather/kydex holster, I carry both my guns now in one of those and they are for me a fantastic holster, love it. I have no issues with 38sp ammo wise as it got a little better punch then my 380 and with good ammo its pretty much on par with my 9mm from what I can tell. Also 5 shots isnt much of an issue for me either, but i love the simplicity of the m85, it was so smooth and felt good in my hand. Recoil was fine with me, I am used to my Tcp so flippy little guns dont bother me. Let me know your experiences and what you think about it. Greatly appreciate it.
I have a Galco IWB holster I have had for a few years, I don't have the model number, and when I looked the numbering has worn off. I bought it at Academy I think. It is leather, thin, great retention, with a thick plastic clip that holds well.I have a Foxx for my G2. You are correct, they are great holsters.
No retention strap, wouldn't have it as a gift.I just bought one of these;
I agree, the vast majority ofmy holsters don't have them.For IWB (and even owb) a properly made holster doesn't really need a retention strap (unless one is doing gymnastics on a regular basis)