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Old 01-17-2010, 18:47   #21
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Thanks tac....
Just remember leather is less forgiving than kydex. If you get a Raven Concealment Phantom you should be fine with both the 19 and 36. For that matter even...wait for it...a M&P45 Compact!! Yes it fits.
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Old 01-18-2010, 10:32   #22
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I have A Milt Sparks VM II and a MTAC, That both share duty with the G26, G19 and G36
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Old 01-18-2010, 12:12   #23
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I have a bunch of Summer Comfort models and a few Royal Guards. The Royal Guard is horse hide and supposed to be tougher. It definitely feels tougher. It is smooth on the inside while the summer comfort is rough. The belt loops are also removable and come in different sizes. It feels slimmer too. The Royal Guard seems like it will last longer and keep its shape better, but I have not come close to wearing out a summer comfort model yet. They cost about $65 in my area while the Royal Guard is about $125, so I usually buy the Summer Comfort model.
I just found a Royal Guard for $40 shipped. score!
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Old 01-18-2010, 13:48   #24
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Thanks again - will check out the Royal Guard.
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Old 03-24-2010, 07:36   #25
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Most holsters for a 19/23/32 will fit a 36. The slide and parts of the frame and trigger guard that engage the holster are the same size between the two guns. It was this dimensional revelation that led me to get a 36. I am issued a 22, and own a 1911. I wanted a .45 glock, but didn't want to have to reholster. I researched holsters and gun dimensions and found that, in most cases where a manufacturer has a different holster model for the 36, it is for the difference in slide length, not thickness or other considerations.
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Old 04-20-2010, 17:22   #26
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I do carry my G36 in the Glock Sport/Combat designed for the G19 - works great. Enough on this subject - eh?
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Old 04-21-2010, 18:31   #27
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Galco,DeSantis,High Noon and many other quality companies have a good selection of G 36 holsters.
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Old 04-22-2010, 08:36   #28
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Old 09-28-2012, 14:29   #29
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The Garrett "Silent Thunder" holster is most excellent. Kydex outside, "cow" inside. Well made and comfortable for all day wear. It can be adjusted so that either the 36 or the 19 fit well. They also make an IWB.
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Old 10-13-2012, 13:00   #30
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I'm not certain if thin to win is even alive anymore but since I came here looking for holster information, I thought I'd post my results. Since purchasing my 36 I have purchased a Blackhawk CQC, a Galco combat master, and Galco Avenger.I find myself grabbing the Avenger the most.I like the combat master but find for good positioning I need to thread through one holster slot and then a belt loop and then the other holster slot. The CQC will be worn anytime on on the motorcycle.
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Old 10-13-2012, 13:33   #31
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I'm not certain if thin to win is even alive anymore but since I came here looking for holster information, I thought I'd post my results. Since purchasing my 36 I have purchased a Blackhawk CQC, a Galco combat master, and Galco Avenger.I find myself grabbing the Avenger the most.I like the combat master but find for good positioning I need to thread through one holster slot and then a belt loop and then the other holster slot. The CQC will be worn anytime on on the motorcycle.
Good info! Thanks for posting!
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