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arthur007 02-16-2013 00:00

Best Gun Holsters For Glock 19 or Glock 23?
 
Best Gun Holsters For Glock 19 or Glock 23?

Hello Friends, This is a discussion on Glock 19 or Glock 23 Holster..

I am going to receiving a very pleasant Glock 19 or Glock 23 Gun Holster seeing that my carry gun, and I am presently getting surprising now :)

what you guys use for a holster?

:teddy:
http://www.gunholstersunlimited.com/...3/Glock-19.jpg

DWARREN123 02-16-2013 00:35

I use a Don Hume 715 series IWB. Get mine from WWW.GUNNERSALLEY.COM
Also have a Galco Matrix 7X with Galco M15X mag holster for OWB.
Found these two work well for me.

arthur007 02-16-2013 00:55

You are rock!!!

The M15X presents a high-performance up till now inexpensive method to carry a spare magazine.

Thanks

RJ's Guns 02-16-2013 02:00

I do not carry a Glock, but I like
High Noon http://www.highnoonholsters.com/

Ryan Grizzle http://www.rgrizzleleather.com/

Tucker Leather http://www.tuckergunleather.com/

I know that at least High Noon will expidite an order for extra money

There are other holster makers that I like but the wait times tend to be much longer than those I listed above.

For an inside the wast band holster some people like
Super tuck http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/Su...me,ProductName

Minotaur
http://www.comp-tac.com/product_info.php?products_id=95

I prefer a similar style holster to the super tuck and Minotaur made by one of the first 3 holster makers listed above.

There are a lot of reviews of these holsters on youtube

RJ

arthur007 02-16-2013 02:31

Yes Really..It's Very Very helps me...I just found this below company a few days ago...I like the Tuck This line of IWB holsters...

1) High Noon
2) Ryan Grizzle
3) Tucker Leather

Thanks a lot us!

bigkrackers 02-16-2013 03:01

Crossbreed SuperTuck.

Spiffums 02-16-2013 05:31

MTAC or something from http://www.dalefrickeholsters.com/products.php

arthur007 02-16-2013 08:43

why do you “need” an AR15?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Spiffums (Post 19993680)

It is summarized in this straightforward quotation in reply to the issue of why do you “need” an AR15?

4Rules 02-16-2013 09:06

http://shop.customcarryconcepts.com/...gy,%20zoom.jpg

http://shop.customcarryconcepts.com/...m?productId=12

RonS 02-16-2013 09:13

Galco Combat Master. Simple, plain, works.

Scrappy 02-16-2013 15:43

I have a Desantis MAD MAX. It was designed after a custom holster maker but its under half the price and can be bought today no wait time!
I also have that custom holster too, lol. MS VM II

BenjiEDF 02-16-2013 15:52

The Galco King Tuk is the most comfortable holster I've ever worn and is only about $55. Get one of those.

The Retired Sarge 02-16-2013 16:02

Another vote for any thing High Noon. They are my holster maker of choice. Period. Bill

F14Scott 02-16-2013 16:24

I'll vote for MTAC.

Jason D 02-16-2013 17:43

For IWB I almost always use a Galco V-hawk.
For OWB I usually use a Blackhawk Serpa CQC, Galco Concealable, Gaclo DAO, or various other holsters mostly Bianchi that I fancy.

http://i47.tinypic.com/wccxn9.jpg

This is one of my favorite modern holsters. I have one for the S&W above, the M&P, the Glock 19, and one for a J frame. It's pretty comfortable to carry with all day and really doesn't move around at all. I carry it on a 1 3/4" Wilderness CSM. I understand there are some clips that can be used on it to make it tuckable. So there is that as well.

The magazine pouch is also Galco. It will also take a belt up to 1 3/4" and attaches on the outside of the belt with a polymer J clip.

buckeye8 02-16-2013 17:52

I have to disagree with the Galco King Tuk. Its interior surface is very glossy/slick, which leads to the whole rig sliding down. It might not be so bad if you have a gigantic arse to hold the whole rig up.

Galco's Summer Comfort has been better for me.

HKLovingIT 02-16-2013 18:24

First thing you need when holster shopping is a plastic tub with lid to store all the ones you will buy and hate or that don't work out. :supergrin:

Here are the ones that I have and like:

Galco Fletch OWB, leather with thumb break.

Galco SC2. IWB, leather with thumb break.

Safariland 6378 ALS, OWB synthetic with ALS retention system.

Comp-Tac Infidel, IWB, Kydex

Comp-Tac MTAC, IWB, hybrid leather backing with Kydex shell.

The infamous Fobus paddle for noodling around on the property.

:wavey:

ken grant 02-16-2013 18:29

Drawers full of holster, both cheap and expensive but only really use 2 with my Glocks.

OWB-----Glock Sport/Combat---- meets all my wants or needs.

IWB----- Minotaur-----also meets all my wants or needs.

bilkay 02-16-2013 18:41

Fist K10

Jason D 02-16-2013 18:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by HKLovingIT (Post 19996068)
First thing you need when holster shopping is a plastic tub with lid to store all the ones you will buy and hate or that don't work out. :supergrin:

Here are the ones that I have and like:

Galco Fletch OWB, leather with thumb break.

Galco SC2. IWB, leather with thumb break.

Safariland 6378 ALS, OWB synthetic with ALS retention system.

Comp-Tac Infidel, IWB, Kydex

Comp-Tac MTAC, IWB, hybrid leather backing with Kydex shell.

The infamous Fobus paddle for noodling around on the property.

:wavey:


I have a huge dufflebag full of them.
When that ran out of room I started stuffing them just about any place I could.


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