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primary purchase was for crossdraw carry while in car. not many holsters made for N frame S&W revolvers. happy with leather, holds it's shape. strong ...
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Galco Wheelgunner Belt Holster

by wheelgunner, from United States, PA Written on March 19, 2015
Holster is well made, and fits my Ruger KRH-444 perfectly. Holster was a little tight at first, but using the tips in the instructions, I got a perfect fit for my gun. There are only 2 or 3 holsters made that fit my Ruger Redhawk in 44mag. with 4" barrel and this one is just right....
Would recommend: Yes
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Great field cary home for the Judge

by bgofcypress, from United States, TX Written on March 19, 2015
Ordered a custom holster from another source for my new Judge 3" 2/12" cylinder and it did not fit.

In searching came across this holster on Optics Planet with associated good reviews. Tried it and it fits like a glove. It is also ambidextrous as I needed a left handed model. Would work well for either right or left hand and secures the revolver very well. Do a lot of riding with pistol on ATV in the woods and needed a secure holster.

Love it!...
Pros:
  • excellent workmanship
  • Good price point
Cons:
  • none... yet
Best Used for:
  • open fields or open range
  • Open Carry (if you're into that sort of thing)
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Value

by Dillion, from United States, PA Written on March 17, 2015
I have a SW 629 V comp which is listed as a 4" barrel, however with the comp installed is somewhere between 4 and 5. This holster works great for my intended purpose. Good quality well thought out design.
Although not a holster for concealed carry, lets face it neither is the revolver. The holster does ride high and tight and would conceal in the winter with a heavy jacket or vest....
Pros:
  • Hunting
Cons:
  • concealability
Best Used for:
  • open carry in the field
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Workmanship

by big Al, from United States, TN Written on March 10, 2015
This holster was a perfect fit for my Rossi 971 357/38 with 4" barrel. The inside is smooth and the revolver fit with absolutely no break in. The holster is a high ride and keeps the rig well concealed with a sweatshirt or light jacket. The hammer thong needed a short break in period but now fits very well. I use the holster cross draw and can unholster very easily. This is a very good method of carry for a K frame revolver....
Pros:
  • good price
  • Good fit
  • high ride
  • easily removed from belt
Cons:
  • None
Best Used for:
  • k frame revolver with 4" barrel
Would recommend: Yes
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Top performer at good price

by JDGII, from United States, TN Written on September 6, 2014
An excellent product that performs as advertised. Galco value at good price point. For the other reviewers complaining about retention strap not fitting; did they read and follow the instructions enclosed with holster ? Using the " twist and pull method " as directed in instructions the strap fit over the hammer of S & W 686- 4 " barrel and holds gun in place as intended....
Pros:
  • Price, performance and warranty
Cons:
  • NONE found
Best Used for:
  • Crossdraw carry
Would recommend: Yes
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Galco Wheelgunner Holster

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, TX Written on January 22, 2014
It's a great concept - an ambidextrous holster. The strap with the belt loops that secures the holster is a little on the flimsy side. A heavy revolver like a Redhawk, N frame Smith put a lot of stress on the belt loops causing the holster to begin leaning away from the body at the top. I found a longer belt and threaded the belt on the outside of the holster which helped. The belt holes need to be reinforced. Outside of that, it's a great holster.
Pros: Rides high, comfortable, works for cross draw
Cons: Belt loops too easiily stressed with heavy revolver....
Would recommend: Yes
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PERSONAL USE

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TN Written on August 9, 2013
WHEELGUNNER FITS SNUG DOES NOT PRINT
Pros: DOES NOT PRINT...
Would recommend: Yes
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love it

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on June 20, 2013
love this holster...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great holster

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NC Written on June 9, 2012
This is a great made holster and is made very well. As for a croos draw holster; it rides a little high and sets straight up.
Pros: Exactly as advertised and well built
Cons: Rides a little high...
Would recommend: Yes
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Galco wheelgunner holster

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on December 15, 2011
As Always Optic Planet delivered another awesome product at a great price and shipped it without any delay.....
Would recommend: Yes
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