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Old January 14th, 2020, 06:12 PM #1
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Holster for S&W model 10 4"

I am about to pick this up and find it has no holster. Not going to carry it. Just put in a drawer, but do want the trigger covered
Is there anything economical to just shove it in and keep it safe. Thanks. Bud
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Old January 14th, 2020, 06:26 PM #2
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How about one of those zippered pouches?
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Old January 14th, 2020, 06:28 PM #3
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Might try a sticky holster https://stickyholsters.com/find-gun

There might be something in the Uncle Mike's selection too.

I know that this will completely appall people here but I have carried a snubbie of the 357 variety in a Sticky Holster all day, in 'murica, and they do work. I did not end up with it falling out around my ankles once. . But they are also handy as pouches, I do that too.
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You should easily be able to find an old duty holster for less then $10
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I carry my model 10 in a Bianchi 7000 size 4. It is made for the K frame.
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An 1811 from amazon. Not expensive, not inexpensive. Well made leather pancake. I bought for k frame 2.5”. If not for carry, range or ccw, and just to store, you are obviously concerned with trigger exposure so a kydex iwb is reasonable or older duty holster as suggested.
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sir, the only way that revolver will go off, is if the trigger is pulled. revolvers are very safe.
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I am about to pick this up and find it has no holster. Not going to carry it. Just put in a drawer, but do want the trigger covered
Is there anything economical to just shove it in and keep it safe. Thanks. Bud

I inherited a handgun (MANY years ago) that had been stored in it's leather holster.

When I received it, the bluing had been replaced with a dark brown patina (I hate that daggone word!).

The chemicals used to tan the leather had removed the bluing.

I strongly suggest to NOT store ANY firearm in leather.
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