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Concealed Holster for G30SF

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by Kellog, Jan 7, 2012.


  1. Kellog

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    Hey everyone, I need some advice. I just got a G30SF and I need a holster so I will be able to carry it concealed. I'm not a big fan of leather or nylon, but I'm open to any suggestions you may have. I would also like a magazine holster. Feel free to offer suggestions for anything else I may need to know about! Thanks!
     

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  2. Gokyo

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    Milt sparks Versa Max II.

    You will have to wait. Order Monday they may not have reached there Month quota.

    While you wait get a Balde tech or maybe a MTAC.
     

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    Don hume
     
  4. Kellog

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    I've also heard various things about the SERPA style holsters, any thoughts on those?
     
  5. SgtRich

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    They're great holsters for range duty or open carry, but for concealment, not so much.
     
  6. Folsom_Prison

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    Buy a supertuck and end your holster issues.
     
  7. Josh83

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    I carry mine in a comp tac MTAC. I like it a lot, and it's quite concealable.
     
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    Comp-Tac MTAC,......best IWB holster under $100 you will find!
     
  9. 19Tim68

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    Take a good look at the Remora holster, it's cheap, durable and it DOES stay put. I use it with my G23 everyday and plan on ordering one Monday for the G30 I bought yesterday.
     
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    Dale Fricke Archangel AIWB.

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    +1 for the dale fricke archangel.
     
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    I have a brand new Wraith ready to ship. It was ordered abot 6 months ago and the guy fell on hard times and canceled the order.

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  14. anubisgodofgods

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    Don Hume 721 OT is what I use for CCW with my G30sf. I also use a Blackhawk serpa CQC that is not as concealable but I like the design and it if fine with loose fitting shirts or a jacket.
     
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  16. HGxyz

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    I really like the Remora as well. Even if you don't consider price ($30 delivered) or delivery time (less than a week), this is a great holster which I generally use in preference to the many more expensive holsters I own.

    BTW 18Tim68, the G30 and G23 both use the same Remora.
     
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  18. HGxyz

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    The Remora is much more adjustable - and you don't need to loosen and re-tighten screws to do it. You can immediately adjust to any height/depth, cant, or clock position on your waist - just stick it into your waist band where you like.
     
  19. TFLWYO

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    I am going through the same issues right now for the same gun. I find the square, top outside edge of the slide to be a particular problem area for concealing Glocks under a polo shirt. Everything can be fine except for one little bump that prints. The only cure I have found so far, besides a wardrobe change, is to get the gun as low to the waist as possible with a heavy cant. I can do it best with the Remora, but I cannot with the CTAC. I also know from experience with 3 different VM IIs that each gun is different, so I am hesitant to commit the funds and the long wait for something for which I only need 5 seconds to determine if it is going to work or not. I would stick with the Remora except that it is a pretty bulky holster, and even with the ART cut it is hard to get a good firing grip on the gun while in the holster. BTW, I have not found any holster that will not shift during a 3-5 mile walk or hike. I think that is just a fact of life. At least for Glocks I can find used holsters at reasonable prices so my experimentation is not as costly as it is with other firearms.
     
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  20. HGxyz

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    You find the Remora bulky? For the model with the reinforced mouth, I find that somewhat true, but the regular one, for me, produces a smaller bulge than most of my kydex or leather holsters. I also disagree about the firing grip - for me it's fine, but I understand there can be personal differences. I carry between 12 and 2 o'clock - most often a G27 because it hides better than the fat G30 with 9 round mag. 10 round mag just doesn't work for me at all.