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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Ken Null Cross Draw XDR Holster for my S&W 640-1 J-Frame .357 Magnum


I have found that there are times in my life when the only concealed carry holster that will do is an OWB cross draw.  Until now, the only ones I managed to find were second rate or far worse.

Ken Null does beautiful, top quality work.  Old-school artisans like Ken are scarce.


This holster does not use one-size-fits-all puny sissy squishy oversized belt loops, it comes with a full belt tunnel (properly sized to my belt width) to maintain the proper holster cant.

This holster is horsehide tough.  That stitching is beyond awesome.  


I love it when my money is well spent.  I've done business with Ken before and I'll likely be doing more business with Ken again soon.  Please CLICK HERE to visit Ken Null's website.


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi James

Just how comfortable/uncomfortable is it to shoot that little thing? +P .38s or357 Magnum? Also in an earlier post you said you had a few problems with your hands now.

Cheers,
Jon T

James Zachary said...

Hey there Jon T,

Thanks for asking. I last fired up that revolver on November 29th of last year.

Give me a day or two to get the notes and photos from that range session together and I'll get that blog post up next.

Best,

Zack