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Old 03-22-2012, 21:26   #1
MacDonald
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Concealed Holster Issue

I bought my first Glock on March 1. It is a G19 Gen 4, for which I just bought a Galco Concealable belt holster. It fits the weapon VERY well. The problem is, when I try to pull the Glock, my belt slides up with it. Always.

I am 51 years old, so it is not like I wear my pants half-way down my butt! Actually, I work in a suit or slacks/shirt/tie/sport coat, and I will get a shoulder holster for when I am dressed, but in casual moments (whenever I am not at work) I live in my jeans. I cinch the belt as tight as it will go (I am a 33 waist, 180 lbs), and IT STILL SLIDES UP WHEN I TRY TO DRAW. :steamed:

Is this common, or do I need to develop a pot-belly first? Yep.
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Old 03-23-2012, 03:24   #2
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I got a MIC holster (sort of) and I like it. Google "MIC Glock" and the video is exactly what I have found out, I like it a lot for my G19 and G26. I prefer the Razor to the standard one, but both are good. They are different, good luck.

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