Celtic Tan 5" S&W L frame
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This rugged field or concealment holster is made from 8-9 oz. steer shoulder. It is tightly molded to the gun, and does not require a thumb strap for retention. The gun is positioned so that the back of the trigger guard is exposed, while the trigger remains covered, ensuring a good grip every time you reach for your pistol. This is our most popular and versatile holster. We make it in a variety of barrel lengths to fit your pistol. This design securely holds the revolver with the opposing tension of the offset belt loops. Holster is designed to be carried either strong side or crossdraw. The hand molding of the holster, to the revolver’s contours also helps to provide retention. This is the holster that Rob carries his pistols in while hunting and fishing.
For deeper concealment & quick on off convenience, get the bolt on “Inside The Waistband Straps.” This allows you to tuck the holster inside your waistband securely. If you already have the Inside /outs you can have us just punch the holes...belt slots are 1 3/4" (Pancakes will work fine with heavy 1.5" belts).
This holster is made for medium and large frame revolvers. The Silver Dollar is a scaled down version of this holster for small framed guns.
If you do not see your exact gun model and /or barrel length in the drop down choices, please choose the closest model and type in the exact gun model and barrel length. There is also a window to add any additional info regarding your firearm.
While at Bucky O’Neil Guns, in Prescott, AZ. I had a customer approach me. He was wearing a tee shirt and jeans, average build. He said he was wearing a Sourdough Pancake holster with a Ruger Alaskan. Sure enough he had a 454 carried in the kidney position loaded with 45 Colts!
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Inside the waistband carry. Fish scale on
holsterand cartridge slide.
Example of fish scale on holster and cartridge slide.
Sourdough for a Ruger Alaska with inside outs
bolted on. This particular holster was number 3,500 for
the Alaskan, best we can tell.
One of the first Sourdoughs ever built. Dennis swam
over a mile with this rig on...It's a long story:-)
Ruger Alaskan 120 and the Sourdough. The