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Open Carry holster - ALS vs. Reflex?

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by jdavionic, Oct 24, 2013.


  1. gooffeyguy

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    I like the ALS but with the paddle attachment it doesn't allow for any tilt adjustment, only if the belt attachment is used.
     

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  2. Bill Lumberg

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    If you are carrying in the woods, at the farm, or simply cannot legally carry concealed, may I recommend the safariland 6377/6378. Excellent holsters in every way.
     

  3. clarson_75

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    I love the ALS holster. Adding the QLS gives you a lot more options as well. I think the lever is enough to prevent a quick snatch of the gun. After that you are going to have to train on how to keep your gun in a struggle with any holster you use.
     
  4. SCmasterblaster

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    I rely on an old Bianchi 4/4L hip holster.
     
  5. SkaOG

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    ALS is a great holster. I can recommend it. It is not the best at concealing but the retention is great.