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CCW holsters for G19's

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by ApokealypseNow, May 14, 2012.


  1. ApokealypseNow

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    What is your holster of choice for everyday Concealed Carry of a G19? Thanks...
     

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  2. madmike3668

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    I mostly use my Milt Sparks VM2 iwb at 4 o'clock. I tried many iwb's and this is the most comfortable for me with best retention and most accesible position. Also i have started using a Raven Vangaurd 2 appendix carry rig that is also pretty comfortable. Both are comfortable and allow a quick draw and plenty of concealment. And since i typically wear shorts and a t shirt, concealment is the priority.
     

  3. Cole125

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    I carry my G19 in a Crossbreed Supertuck. No complaints, works good, comfortable.
     
  4. jwhutch

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    I agree
     
  5. TX expat

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    I use a Blade-Tech Nano for IWB and an X-Concealment "C" for OWB. Both have been great holsters.
     
  6. DannyII

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    Comp-tac MTAC for my 19, and my 26.
     
  7. Folsom_Prison

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    Supertuck fan here!
     
  8. samuse

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    VM-II or a Supertuck.

    Everything else is just an imitation...
     
  9. TSAX

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  10. The Retired Sarge

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    Warm weather carry under an untucked t-shirt is with a Comp-tac IWB Infidel and more so lately AIWB with a Comp-tac Two O'clock. Cold weather with a jacket I go with the Comp-tac paddle FBI cant. Comp-tac gera just plain works very well. Good price and you get your gear fast. Bill
     
  11. Louisville Glocker

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    I've got an IWB and an OWB custom made from this forum member. Both will fit either my G19 or G26 perfectly. Prices are still very reasonable. Kydex. Snug fit (I've played basketball while carrying, no problem). Many options, and he'll even work with you if you want something different. I think his normal price is only$45, so it is still really a steal for a custom holster.
    Here's his website (simple, but pictures, and easy to use order forms).
    http://pjholster.com/
     
  12. Patchman

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    Just this week I switched to a Taurus IWB. When the weather gets cooler again in September, I'll be switching back to the Taurus pancake.
     
  13. tim12232

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    Milt Sparks summer special 2! Brownells for 95 bucks! VM-2 are comfortable for many but the SS2 just fit my thinner build!
     
  14. robhic

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    I guess I need to post my obligatory Remora recommendation. I CC a G26 with a Remora and I can carry my G19 in a Remora, too. Both, so far, haven't been a problem. PLUS .... I can take the entire package out and slip it into the space between the seat and console of my vehicle and PRESTO! -- car gun!
     
  15. ApokealypseNow

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    #15 ApokealypseNow, May 15, 2012
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  16. DWARREN123

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    A good, inexpensive IWB I like for about any gun is the Don Hume 715 series. Has worked well for about every handgun I have owned. :supergrin:
     
  17. tim12232

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    Milt Sparks is the only holster maker that had permission from Bruce Nelson to manufacture the "Summer Special" IWB holster. Rough side out leather with a reinforced mouth to help with re-holstering. The other 2 holster mentioned above are kydex versions but imho not as comfortable. The SS2 will break in within a week or so and the leather kinda conforms a bit to your hip. I have 3 milt sparks summer specials! 1 for my 1911, 1 for my Glock19 and 1 for my new S&W shield!
     
  18. Mudshark100

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    Yep, me too. I have several holsters but the Crossbreed is the one I use regularly for all day wear. By far the most comfortable with my G19.
     
  19. Cruizer

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    I carry my 19C and 26 in the same Winthrop IWB leather holster $55 and so comfortable for me.

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  20. BryanG

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    I like my iwb Shielded Holster for my G19 and G26. It's very comfortable and stays put extremely well.I do recommend the combat cut as it gives a much easier grip. At $50, I think it's a good deal, but I actually bought a blem for $40 and I still haven't found the blemish.
     
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