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Blade-Tech Introduces "Nano" New Style IWB

Discussion in 'Sponsor Showcase' started by BLADE-TECH1, Sep 16, 2008.

  1. BLADE-TECH1

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    I just ordered one! This is the first Blade Tech that I have purchased, hurry up and make it and ship it and if I like it I will tell al my friends to order them:wavey:
     

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    Make it for the G38 and I just might order my first Blade-Tech holster.
     
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    We can do the gl38 just got to add that to the website. Will asap.
     
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    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Add the G39 while you are at it and I'll order one. I have been a Blade-Tech user since 1997.
     
  7. Dean

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    Now, wait a minute.
    I've seen Blade Tech's products where I fire, and they seem to be excellent. My friend the Rangemaster-Fireman told me he forgets to put on his jacket sometimes when he gets out of his car, they're apparently that comfortable to wear for prolonged periods. My other friend the Lawdog/Barrister also favors Blade-Tech.
    if Blade Tech's going to do us the courtesy of visiting us here on GlockTalk and answering our questions right here in our forum, I'll order their new product.
    I have never favored IWB holsters, and have always considered them unneccessary, however I'll give this one a try.
    "One for the G23 in L.hand, please."
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    I have Crimson Trace on my weapon.
     
  8. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Blade-Tech IWB's with straps are indeed very comfortable. I caried my G30 that way for about 8 years, often as long as 12 hours a day and driving 600 miles.
     
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    got a photo of a G26 in that holster?
     
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    Guys
    I will get the 38 and 39 added as fast as possible. The Left hand molds are being work on and will be ready soon. I will also get some pictures up with the smaller framed guns. Stay Safe.
     
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    How about one for the Glock 37. Thanks.
     
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    The NANO is now available for the Glock 37,38,39. As well as the Regular glock 20/21 and the 29 /30. The SF glock 20/21 and the Glock 29/30 with rails will be available soon.
     
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    Us G36 owners need Nanos, too
    Somebody out there help us....
     
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    Tom,
    I'm going to order a Nano for my G36 Glock.
    I noticed there is an 8.85% Washington State Tax charged. Is that normal for internet purchaces?
    Ragu
     
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    So many holsters I want to check out. This looks interesting. I have one of the old versions for my CZ75 and it worked great for winter carry last year.
     
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    will be ordering one soon. i already have the regular iwb holster made by you guys. great to see people always trying to make their product better thanks.
     
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    Order placed 9/23/08, 8:55am EDT for a G38 and a G39.:cool:
     
  19. MrMurphy

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    The regular B-T IWB was my first IWB and didn't really work out for me. I went through several others and finally found comfort and excellent design with Comp-Tac.

    I'd have to really test the hell out of this new design before I kept it, as the older model would move around too much. Not a real fan of the pull-dots either on a holster as they tended to either not unsnap when I wanted them to or unsnap when i did NOT want them to.

    Still, improvements are rarely a bad thing, good to see they're working on it.

    I do like the B-T OWB rigs and Tek Lok design. If we still had the option of personally owned holsters on duty, I'd probably carry my M9 in that for the LE role and keep the 6005 for tactical use.
     
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    I beat you to it, Danny! I ordered one for my G38 Monday evening. As I have never found a Kydex IWB holster to be comfortable, this will be a real acid test!