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Comp Tac paddle holster

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by sigman69, Jan 26, 2013.

  1. sigman69

    sigman69

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    Hello, I am looking at getting one of these for IDPA and was wondering if it would work also for CCW, it will be glock 19
     
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    Depends on your concealment garment. You might want to opt for the canted version if you want it to do double duty.

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  3. sigman69

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    the concealment garment would be a button down shirt, and a tshirt underneath it...the button down shirt would not be buttoned.

    thanks,
     
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    tnedator Lifetime Member

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    I have a couple I use on the range. If your concealment garment is good for an OWB and you have a decent belt, I think it would be fine.


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  5. Fisherman

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    Depends, a bit, on your build. Probably easier for a for a person with a little beef rather than a skinny one. :fishing:
     
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    I'm a big fan of Comp-Tac's paddle holsters. That's what I prefer to have for concealed carry (with a sturdy belt). I have them for my PF9, Glock 29, and Ruger LCR. I like the FBI cant.

    My latest CC pistol of choice is a Springfield XD-S 45. I keep begging Comp-Tac to make a paddle holster for it but they claim demand doesn't support it. Ugggggh.
     
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