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Galco King Tuk for G29

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by Hawkeye7, Dec 30, 2012.

  1. Hawkeye7

    Hawkeye7

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    I just recently bought a Glock 29 and have my CCW. What is a good IWB holster? I've heard good things about Galco King Tuk, Crossbreed Supertuck, and Comp-Tac MTAC. Any opinions on what direction I should go?
     
  2. marano

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    I just recently got a Crossbreed Supertuck for my G-27. I like it so far. Really comfortable and hides well.
     


  3. lyodbraun

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    there are lots of great holsters out there, I like my Garrett IWB holster for my G30, I also have a really nice Brigade Gunleather IWB holster for it but dont use it that would fit your G29... its in classified section...
     
  4. todd_g

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    I also have a crossbreed for my G27, G23 and and Keltec PF9, very comfy. I have a PJ Holster LLC for my PF9 that also is very good, I havn't bought an IWB for my G29 yet.
     
  5. RobG

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    I bought a King Tuck and hate it...lol. The metal belt clips dig into my sides. I trimmed some of the leather at the bottom to try and make it more comfortable but to no avail. It's brand new and takes' up space in my holster drawer along with a few other holsters I don't care for.

    I have a Comp Tac Minotaur Spartan and a CTAC and they are both much better for me. The Comp Tac IWB holsters are just more comfortable. (for me)

    My point is...what works well for others may not work well for you.
     
    Last edited: Dec 31, 2012
  6. tbob38

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    I've got a Crosssbreed supertuck for my Walther PPS. It's very comfortable and the gun draws well while holding the gun pretty snugly.
     
  7. I use a King Tuck with a g26. I don't like plastic clips and prefer spring steel. They don't charge extra for the combat cut. I like the ability to adjust the cant as well, rides deep too


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  8. SCmasterblaster

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  9. nexed

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    Also check out whitehatholsters.com i have one and love it.. also its interchangeable for different guns
     
  10. cowboywannabe

    cowboywannabe you savvy?

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    the king tuk is a good rig, readily available at a lower cost than most.
     
  11. GLOCKFAN1973

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    I have 2 king tuk holsters one that fits the smaller frame Glocks 19,22,26,27 and the bigger frames 20,21,30 they are both very nice. Matter of fact thats all I use now is one of these depending on which gun I am carrying. They are ultra comfortable for all day carry. Get one and you wont be disappointed
     
  12. I like my King Tuk.With one holster, I carry Glock models 19,23, and a 27 with good comfort and concealment.
     
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2013