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i cc a s&w 40 cal sigma,no trigger safety.and i was wondering if it is ok to leave it loaded and chambered all the time? becase i found out on this forum my old jennings 380 wasnt safe to leave chambered.and could someone give me a link to a good owb holster,form fitted,preferabl no thumb break? thanks in advance.

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You are go to go with leaving the Sigma loaded with a round in the chamber.

Do you have a price range for the OWB leather holster you want?
 

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justin1213 said:
i cc a s&w 40 cal sigma,no trigger safety.and i was wondering if it is ok to leave it loaded and chambered all the time? becase i found out on this forum my old jennings 380 wasnt safe to leave chambered.
Yes it is, because unlike Jennings, S&W makes quality guns that don't go off for no reason.

and could someone give me a link to a good owb holster,form fitted,preferabl no thumb break? thanks in advance.
Same advice every time. Contact zookeper on this forum and have him make you one custom. There's a bunch of examples on this forum, just search for his name (spelled like I spelled it).
 

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thanks.

and i would like to spend least as possible lol. really under 60-70 dollars i guess.i really dont know were the price range starts on one
 

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Perfectly fine to leave the Sigma with one in the pipe. I owned one for a while. Now my main carry gun is an M&P .40. I carry it the same way. If it ain't ready to fire, it really is useless. Galco makes good holsters, reasonably priced. I always carried in a leather OWB, until I bout a Blackhawk Serpa. Man do I love it.
 

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I have a blackhawk serpa holster from Academy Sports. I think it was $30 for it. Paddle design fits nice and I like the trigger guard retention.
 

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samman23 said:
out of curiosity, what makes the Jennings go off on it's own?
Those things are one step up from a zip gun. No kind of firing pin block of any kind.
 
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