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Ordered a holster for my new G30

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by ashecht, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. ashecht


    Feb 10, 2010
    Charlotte NC
    Decided to try a Theiss holster. Seemed like a good holster and got good reviews here and elsewhere. $65 shipped for a horsehide holster. Business must be good since his site is quoting 4 weeks. I sure hope it's faster!
  2. FLSlim


    Apr 12, 2010
    FL W Coast
    Good choice, maybe he'll beat the estimate....

  3. DRJ1911


    Jun 30, 2011
    You did well. My 27 carries very well in mine. I went with Adams leather for my 30sf. I am very happy with both.

  4. Keoking


    Jan 4, 2005
    Rowlett, TX
    I'm about 1.5 months into the 4-5 month wait for a Tucker HF-1 for my G30. It's a shame to put such an ugly gun into such a beautiful holster, but that's what I carry.
  5. crash_gsxr750

    crash_gsxr750 Arrows first

    Apr 22, 2008
    Did the same thing for my G30SF

    and it took 4 weeks, well worth the wait
  6. lyodbraun


    Jan 3, 2012
    NW Ohio
    Nice, I have a holster on order from Brigadegunleather for my 30SF, prob wont get it for atleast 3 to 4 months though, in the mean time I have a very nice and comfortable Kydex holster from PJsholster works great and fits like a glove...
  7. roadkill46


    Aug 6, 2009
    i have 6 holsters from Tommy and i won't get any others besides his. excellent quality, will make it just like you want it, IWB only, OWB only, Combo, etc. his turnaround time is getting longer since he is getting a LOT more business! have you looked at all the molds he offers on his site? get the horsehide as it is softer and will last longer, although my cowhide show no wear since i treat them all once a month with some leather guard and they stay great. thing about Tommy's is that 2 of the holsters did not fit my pant loops like i wanted...out come the scissors and the leather slot making tool and now i have minimum leather on the Walther P99c holster, just enough for 2 strong belt loops. works perfect. he leaves enough leather around the holster for you to do any customization that you may want to do. good choice!