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I have searched other threads on the matter, but I would nonetheless like to see if I can get a few more suggestions. I'm thinking of getting a Ruger LCR, and I'm looking for a IWB holster that is easy on/off, but really comfy for extended carry.

I have a Crossbreed Supertuck for another gun, and while I think it's an awesome holster (as is the Mtac), I'm looking for something smaller and more straightforward. The Crossbreed is fine when I can plan around it, but I'm looking for a smaller set up, spur of the moment slip on/off snubbie holster - the type of holster that I can slip in my pants at a moments notice and wear all day if I have to.

Is there anything that fits the profile and is extremely comfortable?
 

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I routinely carry my Smith & Wesson Model 36 (J-frame snubby) in a Galco Ultimate Second Amendment (USA) holster. Extremely comfortable... so much so I often forget it is there.
 

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The Don Hume h715 I have for my S&W k-frame isn't too bad if I find the sweet spot.
 

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Why settle for an off the rack holster? Talk to Zookeeper and have him make you just what you want. He's great to work with and you'll end up with a quality product. I'm not bashing Galco, Don Hume, or others. I'm just that happy with my Zookeeper holsters. :righton:
 

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Think about trying a CQC/s style holster. Rides high and tight although not a IWB but easy on and off. And will conceal with just a T-shirt.

Just a thought.
 
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