Specs on the RVHX-1 Revolver Holster
Our leather RVHX-1 revolver holster fits belts up to 1.75” and most five-shot, .38 revolvers (up to 2.125”) including:
- Colt Cobra .38 Special
- S&W 36 “Chief’s Special”
- S&W 38
- S&W 340 PD
- S&W 357 Plus P
- S&W 638
- Ruger LCR
- Ruger 357
- Ruger SP101
- Kimber K6S
Note: Contact us for specific model inquiries.
Hand End Variations: Choose Right or Left
Color Options: Classic Brown, Signature Brown, or Stealth Black
Buying J-Frame Revolver Holsters
As Smith & Wesson’s smallest and most concealable revolver, the J-Frame is the classic “snub-nose.” When buying revolver holsters for a J-frame, you’ll want to look for:
- Concealability – Some people carry their J-frames IWB for concealability, but the RVH1 is designed for minimal imprinting. Since it rides high, wearers are able to carry wearing a polo shirt and cargo shorts – no need for a baggy, oversized shirt or jacket! The quick draw design is perfect for personal protection and everyday carry.
- Retention – The last thing you want is for your weapon to come popping out unexpectedly. Leather revolver holsters hold your weapon in place through the firmness of high-quality steer hide leather, reinforced with double stitching, and the custom-sizing to J-frame revolvers. With the added benefit of a thumb break, this holster becomes even more versatile than ever before. Most people do not need the extra thumb breaks, trigger hoods, or other retention straps found in other holsters.
- Comfort – Nothing beats leather revolver holsters when it comes to comfort! They warm up with your body heat and conform to your hip for all-day carrying. Compared to Kydex, leather revolver holsters are very lightweight. Furthermore, OWB carrying on a belt distributes the weight of your revolver evenly, so you don’t develop a sore hip over time.
- Durability – Proud gun owners who purchased leather holsters back in the 1970s find that they still perform today, even after heavy use. Our leather holsters are designed to have that same classic longevity. Unless you’re frequently carrying in a jungle swamp, a leather holster should have the sort of durability you need. Every 1791 Gunleather holster comes with a Lifetime Warranty on craftsmanship.