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Old 09-20-2010, 21:03   #1
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Anybody have the glock sport combat holster?

If you do how do you like it??? I ordered one last night.
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Old 09-20-2010, 21:31   #2
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I think it's one of the best holsters I've ever had. It holds the pistol high & tight, it has good retention, and it's very comfortable.

When you get it, you'll notice it seems to drag a bit, or even seem too tight. Just spray the inside of the holster with plain (no additives like teflon,etc) silicone spray. You want to wet the entire inside of the holster. Then, using a paper towel or rag, remove all of the liquid. The inside of the holster should be bone dry when you're finished. You will be shocked at the difference now when you insert your Glock.
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Old 09-20-2010, 21:52   #3
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I think it's one of the best holsters I've ever had. It holds the pistol high & tight, it has good retention, and it's very comfortable.

When you get it, you'll notice it seems to drag a bit, or even seem too tight. Just spray the inside of the holster with plain (no additives like teflon,etc) silicone spray. You want to wet the entire inside of the holster. Then, using a paper towel or rag, remove all of the liquid. The inside of the holster should be bone dry when you're finished. You will be shocked at the difference now when you insert your Glock.
Sweet!!!! I paid 12.97 plus shipping from ctd and it's the cheapest owb holster I've found, can't wait to get it!!
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Old 09-20-2010, 21:32   #4
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I like mine just fine; use it a lot. But I needed IWB, so I used a scissors to trim it up a bit, and then had my shoe-repair guy sew on a snap and loop. I use this one a lot. I mean, it really does a good job.
And sorry I didn't really comment on the holster in question. I can't use OWB very easily here, since I'm always in shorts and a t-shirt.

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Old 09-20-2010, 21:50   #5
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I like mine just fine; use it a lot. But I needed IWB, so I used a scissors to trim it up a bit, and then had my shoe-repair guy sew on a snap and loop. I use this one a lot. I mean, it really does a good job.
And sorry I didn't really comment on the holster in question. I can't use OWB very easily here, since I'm always in shorts and a t-shirt.

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Wow. That is awesome. Does that strap rotate at all? Is the holster stable?

To the OP. The Glock sport/combat holster is a sleeper. I thought that they were garbage for years because of how little they cost. Boy, was I wrong. Worth every penny of the $15 I spent on it. As mentioned, good ride height, pulls close to the body and good retention.
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Old 09-20-2010, 21:55   #6
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To the OP. The Glock sport/combat holster is a sleeper. I thought that they were garbage for years because of how little they cost. Boy, was I wrong. Worth every penny of the $15 I spent on it. As mentioned, good ride height, pulls close to the body and good retention.
Glad to hear the great reports!!!!
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Old 09-20-2010, 23:37   #7
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It's probably the tightest OWB holster you can get. I have yet to actually use it outside the house but it makes a great backup. I also like that it's ambi so if the need ever arose to carry two Glocks I could use that on my weak side.

I wish it covered all of the muzzle though.
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Old 09-21-2010, 01:50   #8
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I wish it covered all of the muzzle though.
Although I've said that too, I've been using the sport/combat holsters for over twenty years. They are quite functional and well worth the cost.

Here's my first one, it got used a lot, and still could be used:
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Old 10-02-2010, 21:06   #9
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I like mine just fine; use it a lot. But I needed IWB, so I used a scissors to trim it up a bit, and then had my shoe-repair guy sew on a snap and loop. I use this one a lot. I mean, it really does a good job.
And sorry I didn't really comment on the holster in question. I can't use OWB very easily here, since I'm always in shorts and a t-shirt.

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You have a shoe repair guy??? What century do you live in???

Lol that is one awesome holster, I am very impressed, If I still carried a Glock I would have to have you make me one....That is just sweet.

To the Op, the sport combat holster is one of the most comfortable and functional holsters made, the fact it costs 12 bucks doesnt count...the gun sits in the perfect spot, its totally secure, its lightweight, and super comfortable. Its the best deal in holsters you can get.....
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Old 10-07-2010, 05:31   #10
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I've been trying to get one for my G30SF and have managed to order the wrong one...twice! It fits my G19 but not the G30SF.

Anyone have the correct model number for the G30SF SC Holster?
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Old 10-07-2010, 06:46   #11
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It works very well at keeping the gun close to the body. The Glock Sport magazine holders are even better. Even if you don't like the holster the mag holders sit high and tight to the body better than any belt loop type. Subcompact mags fit flush in them as well. I have one for my G26 and the larger type for my G30SF.
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Old 09-20-2010, 23:35   #12
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I have 4 of them. Three for the 19 and 26 trimmed to fit different belts and one to fit the G29.

It is just about all I use. Great holster. I have a DeSantis Nemesis that I use for pocket carry with the 26.
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Old 09-20-2010, 23:43   #13
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Easily the best OWB holster I own.
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Old 09-21-2010, 01:26   #14
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Easily the best OWB holster I own.
Awesome!!!!
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Old 09-21-2010, 19:16   #15
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Butch,
Just like my first one for an 1 1/4" belt, over 20 years old. I've spent thousands on holsters, but not one can beat the Sport model for a Glock.
I also have the new model which I use on wider belts.
For inside wear, check www.andrewsleather.com for the McDaniel ll-my favorite of all for concealment.
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Old 09-21-2010, 19:42   #16
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Wipe a little Armorall in it, then wipe it off. The stiction will be great, keeping the gun secure but drawing cleanly with a "Snick!"
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Old 09-21-2010, 22:18   #17
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Wipe a little Armorall in it, then wipe it off. The stiction will be great, keeping the gun secure but drawing cleanly with a "Snick!"
Thanks for the advice!
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Old 09-22-2010, 11:03   #18
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It is THE choice for carrying my G36 on my (twice) daily walks. Mine does about 5-6 miles per day, 6 days a week, on my hip. Unlike leather holsters...you can get sweat and everything else on it, and it just cleans right up.

Holds it tight and up high. Worth every penny and then some.
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Old 09-22-2010, 13:27   #19
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I never bought one until just recently...wish I would have got one when I bought my first glock, their great
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Old 09-22-2010, 13:56   #20
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im going to have to try these out for my G26 and G20 & G29. i havent read any bad reviews on them yet....
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