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Rubber pad on a Kydex holster?

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by unclecharlie, Mar 16, 2012.

  1. unclecharlie

    unclecharlie

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    Anybody ever stick some kind of rubber/nonslip pad on a Kydex holster? If so, what did you use? How did it work?

    I'm considering this to keep my OWB pancake holster from "migrating" around on my belt or sagging. Also thinking if I stick a thin pad on the bottom (barrel end) of my holster it will lever the grip in closer to my body. Thoughts?

    Thanks,
    -Charlie
     
    Last edited: Mar 16, 2012
  2. Never had the need to do this but I have put felt on the side that contacts skin on an IWB holster.
    What you are asking would seem to be taken care of by a good quality gun belt.
    Are you using a normal belt?
     


  3. unclecharlie

    unclecharlie

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    Belt is fine. Aker B21 (or 22, depending on pants). Just thought I might fiddle with a GOOD belt-and-holster combo to see if it can be better.

    -Charlie