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Discussion in 'Heart of Dixie Glockers' started by firestud2829, Mar 26, 2007.


  1. firestud2829

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    I'm new to the forum and also new to the wonderful world of Glock. I bought a model 27 a few days ago and I'm in love. Anyway, I'm looking for suggestions for holsters. What have you guys found that works well with the 27? I think that IWB will be the best bet for me, but I am open to other suggestions.

    Also, what brands of ammo have y'all found that works well with the 27? I bought some Winchester Ranger that seems ok so far. I also bought some Independence. This stuff was pretty cheap (12.95/box of 50) and it feeds well.
     

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  2. h2o-5o

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    I can't stand IWB. My favorite holster for my G27, and Lord knows I've tried a lot of high $$$ holsters, is the Galco Concealable. My previous favorite, until I changed brand of jeans and their loops were placed in the wrong place, was the Alessi CQC/S.

    I currently carry Federal 180 grain Hydrashock ammo in mine, but not by choice. Given my choice, the best accuracy and performace comes from the Cor-Bon 135 grain ammo.
     

  3. zoyter2

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    Yeah, so what?

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    I like the Galco FLETCH.

    The Hydros are always a good bet, and I would run a few Gold Dots thru just to see if you liked them.

    Oh yeah, also a welcome to GT from the Oxford area!
     
  4. firestud2829

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    Thanks for the welcome. Are there any shooting ranges around Oxford open to the public?
     
  5. zoyter2

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    Yeah, so what?

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    Yes. There is Moss Branch ($100 year fees) and probably a 35 minute drive for you.

    There are some free ones in the Nat'l forest that are ok, but I don't know how far they are from PC.
     
  6. firestud2829

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    Thanks man, I'll probably check into Moss Branch. That's pretty reasonable for a membership.

    Oh, have you ever heard of/used a Kenneth Campbell holster? This guy is local for me and I thought I might check out his stuff.
     
  7. GRR

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    I have several KC Custom holsters. I like them a lot.
     
  8. hankfan79

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    www.pistolpacking.com Custom made holsters for ANY gun!!! Kydex.

    Used by the nations top shooters and made locally.
     
  9. D4RWlN

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    my favorite is the Comptac C-tac slide. I also have a clipdraw for my g33. The only thing I don't like about the clipdraw is I can't keep one in the tube. Its veeeeery comfy though
     
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