Need help selecting a crossdraw holster
I've been Googling for a week and contacted dozens of people to no avail...so I registered here in hopes one of you can point me in the right direction. I am a bowhunter. I am strapping a S&W 329PD w/ 4" barrel loaded with the special Buffalo Bore hardcast ammo they made for this revolver. I usually strap the gun to the waist strap on my backpack however, once I drop the pack for the final stalk I am unable to quickly and silently transfer the holster to my pants belt. I'd prefer a lightweight, nylon flap holster with a clip for righthand crossdraw. I want to protect the gun from the elements and my sometimes clumsy climbing in mud (yeah...I'm an older guy who falls down) but can still draw the piece quickly if needed (which I hope i never do). Yes, I am also carry bear spray on my right side and a knife. Can you guys recommend anything? I have already ruled out the Blackhawk Serpa Quick Disconnect System (the plastic parts hang up) and the Safariland ALS & QLS because they don't have a flap holster that's compatible. I didn't think I was asking for so much but apparently the holster I envision doesn't exist. Thinking something along these lines with a clip.
Well wouldn't ya know...just when i lost all hope of locating this sucker I get an email from one of the companies I contacted last week:
That would be a 202 4 holster. We can modify it and put a belt loop/belt clip combination on that holster and sew the belt loop on an angle for a cross draw. There will be an additional $10.00 charge to modify the holster and add a belt clip. http://www.ams-gms.com/m7/202--flap-...r-lrg-rev.html
If you are interested in this holster, please call us at 800-368-4267 to place your order since our website won't take special orders.
Thank you for your interest in our products.
I called and ordered it in OD green...hope it works out.
The holster you had a picture of in the OP is (I believe) a Bianchi holster which is the same as the old miltary issue type for the M9.
There is a 'tanker' harness for that which will allow for crossdraw mount on left chest.