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Holsters?

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by pmanton, Dec 31, 2012.

  1. I need a holster for a model 21. What other model holsters would fit a 21?

    Thanks

    Paul
    Salome, AZ
     

  2. GruGrux515

    GruGrux515

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    If you want a carry coceal holster check out Fusionpac by Tactipac
     
  3. Look at G-Code. Made in Jacksonville NC. Owner is a nice guy, and is currently working on new models to go with the latest and greatest gadgets.
    Love my G-22 Kydex G-Code.
     
  4. robhic

    robhic WOLVERINE!!!! Platinum Member

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    I've looked at those and like the concept. It's like a Smart Carry blended with a Kydex IWB rig.

    http://tactipac.com/fusionpac-iwb-holster/

    If you decide to get one -- COME BACK AND LET US ALL KNOW HOW YOU LIKE IT! I am seriously curious.

    Or for leather IWB or OWB, High Noon holsters are great!

    http://www.highnoonholsters.com/
     
  5. aviaator

    aviaator Dude!

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    Since you didn't specify if you're looking for IWB/OWB, conceal or open carry...

    I'll tell you I have Remora for both my G32 and PF-9. Love 'em! IWB with no clips and THEY STAY PUT.

    I use a DeSantis belt holster with the H&K for open carry.

    (PS I love Virginia)
     
  6. ken grant

    ken grant

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    You will have to look long and hard for an OWB holster that will beat the Glock Sport/Combat both in price and comfort.

    Holds the pistol close and tight.

    This from a guy with drawers full of holsters both expensive and cheap.