Concealed carry holster issue

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by bobcatseger, Feb 3, 2013.


  1. bobcatseger

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    I just bought a new Glock 26 and was wanting to know what is the best holster for concealing the G26 in the most comfortable manner..?? I was just upstairs trying different hip holsters I already have and am just not liking the way they fit or feel on me. I am 6'2 and 260lbs, I know ......a little too much right around the middle.....which makes hip carrying not as comfortable as I would like. I was wondering what you Glock 26 carry fans use and recommend ? What is the best out there..??
     

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    Two holsters stand out to me as the "best" and they are 1. The Bladetech Razor IWB, 2. The Galco Kingtuck. I'm much shorter and lighter than you and I can conceal and comfortably carry subcompact or compact Glock in either holster. The Bladetech is easier to don, and the Galco is a little easier to conceal. Look for those specific products and variants of the design.
     

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    As I type this I have been laying onThe couch watching hockey for three hours while my 15 month old naps on my chest wearing my g26 in a iwb. I suggest a company out of Buffalo . http://www.ritchieholsters.com


    They are expensive $140-$160 but hand made in the USA.

    They are designed to be worn at the 3'o'clock - 330-position.

    Try moving the holsters you have back just off your hip.

    molan labe
     
  4. robhic

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    In winter, I have always carried my 27, 23 or 17 in a Galco Miami Classic.
     
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    I have one of the Ritchie leather iwb holsters for sale on the bay with no reserve if interested.


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    the one, the only, the versa max II...
     
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    I am about your size and just picked up a White Hat holster in horsehide. I have tried many others and must say these hybrid style are very comfortable and conceal very well.

    Most say they take a couple of weeks to break in, mine was about a day and a half to find that sweet spot. It rides at about 3:00-3:30 and disappears.
     
  10. BADOS

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    Try a Ramora #6 and put it in your back pocket. Holster is padded and you don't even know it's there.
     
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    x2 for Crossbreed. I love their stuff.
     
  13. cfrye11

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    You need to buy that holster on eBay. If you don't I might

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  14. sportsman223

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    Crossbreed supertuck on the hip IWB, or Raven Vanguard2 appendix carry. I also like comptac 2 Oclock, but the raven or crossbreed are my goto edc holsters for the 26
     
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    I'm about your size and carry a G-27.
    I find a SOB holster is very comfortable for me.
    I have a Galco and a less expensive one from Ray's Holster (Shado) in Fla.
    TBC
     
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    Mine goes in A Crossbreed Supertuck Shorty from Crossbreed Seconds. $35. Check them out, send them cash, works great.
     
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    Crossbreed Seconds? Haven't heard of this.

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    Another vote for High Noon Holsters. After 36 years of serious carry they are the only holsters I buy. Bill
     
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    I have spent many hours looking for a Holster for my G-30 for CCW & have been really disappointed until I was steered to the Ramora #6. Fantastic Holster. If you need one give it a try. Very reasonable price. I even got the one with the sweat cover. You will be surprised! I love it!
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