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Glock Sport Combat Holster

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by sioux565, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. PattonT

    PattonT

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    The XD is too tall for both of them.
     
  2. Butch

    Butch RetiredDinosaur Millennium Member CLM

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    Bummer.....it works fine for the Ruger Vaquero.....
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    AND.....it's ambidextrous!
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    :supergrin:

    :whistling:

    :stooges:
     


  3. PattonT

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    It may or may not fall out. It still has some retention but not as much.
     
  4. jayhuh

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    I hardly ever carry my Gen4 21 off duty, but when I do in the cooler months, I carry it a Sport holster. Holds tight to the body and hides well under a sweatshirt. Kind of hard to beat the price.
     
  5. EMTRN

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    Great holster. I use it more than some holsters that cost me a lot more.
     
  6. Ryobi

    Ryobi SummertimeRules

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    Great holsters. You need to use th size for your gun though. Proper draw stroke negates any need to use one for a larger gun.
     
  7. SCmasterblaster

    SCmasterblaster Millennium Member

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    I am old fashioned - I still carry my G17 in a Bianchi 4/4L owb holster.
     
  8. Taterhead

    Taterhead Counting Beans

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    Sometimes simple solutions are effective solutions. This is true for the Glock sport-combat holster. Simple. Inexpensive. Effective. It works great. For the money, I can see no reason to not have one.

    It rides high and tight with strong retention. It is not my only holster, but one that I use quite often when outdoors.

    It does not have the quickest draw, but I have used one a bunch in IDPA matches.
     
  9. dusty_dragon

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    @ryobi:
    i use several glock OEM 9mm sport/combat holsters for my 9mm glocks, no prob at all.
    just wanted to get a split second of time faster with the larger holster for the smaller caliber gun. was just an idea ;-)
     
  10. mmelugin48

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    Like lots of folks I have a box full of holsters I never use and looking at the price of the Sport Combat holster I found it hard to believe it would not join that box.

    After wearing it a few days with my G29 I was won over. It is my go to holster with that gun. I've also worn my belt outside the holster and frankly can't tell much difference in how it hugs my torso. Definitely most value for the dollar holster I own...:embarassed:
     
  11. dusty_dragon

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    exactly,
    i have this holsters for lots of years now and at th beginnin i couldn't believe the holster and magpouches being any good for that low price, but i was corrected each and every time is use them.
    they are great and cheap, i run several different setups, cause for that price i'm not going to do all the change-work on different belts etc., i just got plenty of their holsters and pouches on different belt setups.

    there are other great holsters on the market too, of course, but for that price these holsters and pouches are unbeatable.
     
  12. MAXG

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    Me too.