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Some of ya'll know that I got a new to me Ruger Blackhawk in .41 mag a few months back. I will be carrying it with me during rifle season this deer season. I did a bunch of research into a good hunting holster for a large revolver like this. I finally settled on a Simply Rugged pancake holster. The one I got is the loaded pancake with extra bullet holders. I also got their 'chesty puller' system which will allow me to carry the gun in a variety of positions up high on my chest so I can still sit in a deer stand without the holster hanging on the sides. I think I'm going to really like it. I can tell you that this is top quality stuff.

Here are a couple of pics of the holster, and me wearing the gun similar to how I'll be hunting with it.


 

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I have several Simply Rugged holsters...They are fantastic, well made and not very expensive for what you get.

Rob specializes in holsters for Big Bore Revo's...He lived in bear country (Alaska) and has since moved to AZ...

great stuff...

That looks like a Chesty Puller rig...

Chesty Puller is one of my hero's

www.simplyrugged.com

working on some more "practice" 41 tumblelube bullets for ya
 

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The loaded pancake is I think what I will get for my 8" 44 mag. Rob does excellent work! The 4 I've ordered for him were all top notch!
 

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Btw, put some neutral shoe polish on it to seal it up. A little moisture and those colors bleed like a stuck pig. Ask me how I know! Lol
 

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If it don't work out for ya, try a cross-draw holster. I got one from elpaso saddelry and works pretty good while sitting and carring a rifle.
 

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3Pop, I learned boolit casting from 'Neck and them. He was a good teacher and went through them pretty good but if you get a bad one, blame it on me.
 
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