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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. sandworm40

    sandworm40 Silver Member

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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.



     
  5. eaglefrq

    eaglefrq NRA Member

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    UBG Regulator

    I carry a RIA 1911 CS and it conceals great.

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  6. 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.

    Edmo

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  7. Thanks Jim! We aim to please! :wavey:
     
  8. drider

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    Check out Don Humes, best $20 on a holster.
     
  9. 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.

    Sam
     
  10. gunslinger3

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    In the market too. Looks sweet. How much?
     
  11. 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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  12. 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.