Holsters for S&W K Frame 4 inch Barrel
S&W K Frame Holster (4-Inch) Barrel by Alien Gear Holsters
Can't carry concealed because you have a larger revolver than a snubbie? Wrong! You absolutely can, with a S&W K Frame 4-inch barrel concealed carry holster from Alien Gear Holsters. Since we make a number of gun holsters for this gun, you can carry it outside or inside the waistband in comfort.
Not every holster maker is up to the task of making a S&W K Frame 4-inch barrel gun holster, as they feel semi-autos are all that needs a carry holster. We don't agree, and you can find both IWB and OWB designs as a result.
Unlike many other holster makers, we build customization into every holster we make. The holster retention shell can be adjusted for custom retention strength. Since we mold every holster shell from the pistol that the holster is being made for, you get a custom fit right out of the box. The custom fit also makes for more secure retention than holster makers that don't make that effort, and a draw as smooth as silk.
Ride height and grip cant are also adjustable, as our IWB holsters allow the wearer to set a custom carry position to their liking by moving the belt clips.
If you like leather, we got leather. The Cloak Tuck IWB and Cloak Slide OWB holster are both made with premium hide, and can be had in black or tan. We make these holsters with thicker leather than many competing companies do, and you will feel the difference.
If you want space age, have a look at the Cloak Tuck 3.0, which features a high-friction top surface and neoprene backpad, for unsurpassed moisture proofing and comfort.
Want a guarantee? We'll give you three. An Iron Clad Guarantee goes with every holster we sell, including a 30-day Test Drive period - during which you can return the holster for a full refund if unsatisfied - and a Forever Warranty of the holster itself.
You also can enjoy a lifetime of retention shell trades, so you can trade in the shell if you ever trade in your holster. Revolver bases are only compatible with revolver shells, so any shell swap must be revolver for revolver; you will have to get a new holster for an auto. Though why would you ever make that trade?