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Discussion in 'Michigan Glockers' started by Barbara, Jun 3, 2007.
Hey Barb, try the bellyband I know a women that loves hers.
I think you meant Xenia, but I use a belly band when I wear skirts. The one I have is itchy and I have to wear something under it, but the nice ones don't fit very well. Too wide.
Trebor, it was actually the comp tac settable cant with the drop offest for range work for her and or carry owb.
for iwb ctact or gurkha might work. as well
I have the Comp-tac settable cant holster with the drop offset as well, and I really like it. I have tried several holsters, and I have yet to find one I like as much as the comp-tac for range work or even for owb carry.
I'm going to go with the Bladetech, I think. I have a Comptac for my Sig but it takes up too much real estate and I haven't been brave enough to cut into it yet (although the CT people are great and told me they'd replace the parts I've screwed up if the modifications don't work.
Bladetech makes a good holster as well. No doubt about that. The only complaint I had was the 6 month waiting period. Other than that, I just like the Comp-tac better.
Yeah, the guys at Comp-tac are really good to work with. Before they came up with the dropped offset as an option for the adjustable cant holster, they custom designed holsters for me just so I'd have what I needed for range work. They will do whatever it takes to keep their customers happy, and they're good at it.
what about a smartcarry?
For a belt holster, I like the Don Hume 721 Open Top:
If you like a paddle holster, I HIGHLY recommend the Desantis "Top Cop":
I got a G-Code OWB for it..nice holster and I'd recommend it.
The only problem is that neither the belt nor the paddle adaptor fit a 2" belt so I'm still using a crappy holster for ACTS matches.