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Need G26 OWB Holster Recommendation

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by hubbard, May 10, 2011.


  1. hubbard

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    Requirements: Carry at 4:00. Prefer leather (not mandatory). EZ on/off belt (clip/snaps). Hugs body for concealment. Outside waist band. G26.

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  2. up1911fan

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    Occidental leather, Alessi or Richie Gunleather all make good options you should like.
     

  3. mikekjg

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  4. Shadyscott69

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    That's easy! :wavey:

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  5. sandworm40

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    This is their Paladin holster, I have one for my Glock 23. Very well made with quality materials, comfortable and draws very well. Customer service is excellent, my wait time was one month.



     
  6. eaglefrq

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    I carry a RIA 1911 CS and it conceals great.

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  7. Edmo01

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    While you are deciding on your leather holster with belt clips, spend $13 and get one of these. You will likely find it meets all of your needs. Glock Sport & Combat holster.

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  8. Shadyscott69

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    Thanks Jim! We aim to please! :wavey:
     
  9. drider

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    Check out Don Humes, best $20 on a holster.
     
  10. sr975j

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    i like my don hume jit holster. its pretty cheap but well made and does the job well. ive been using it almost everyday for about 6 months and it has held up great.

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  11. gunslinger3

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    In the market too. Looks sweet. How much?
     
  12. cloudbuster

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    Bianchi Carrylok Snaplok (saw you wanted easy on/off). I have the Carrylok and have been very happy with mine.

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  13. Shadyscott69

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  14. JackMac

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    Don Hume is good, but check out TexasDonkeys.com I have one of his and found it to be reasonably priced and very good craftsmanship. He makes cross draw holsters too which is good if your in a car or truck alot, tends to ride better. I carry G-26 in the crossdraw when I am traveling in the truck on weekends. No complaints.