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Ankle Holsters

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by MoneyMaker, Feb 6, 2012.

  1. MoneyMaker

    MoneyMaker

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    Ok i cant afford another Ritchie holster and i dont need to know that ankle carry is not good for ccw primary,but its what i will have to do with the new jobs i will be getting or nothing at all,So with that out of the way,Please tell me what you have that works with a Glock 27 or Glock 26,that is all day comfortable,secure,price under $100 and pics of it being worn if you can ,Thanks as i will need to aquire this in the next week give or take a few days.
     
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  2. BodymoreMurderland

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    I use a Desantis Renegade ankle holster for my G27 once in a while. Not my prefered method of carry by any means.
     

  3. Bodyarmorguy

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    I have been in law enforcement since 1984 and ankle carry has often been my preferred method of carry for a back up pistol. I have carried J frame S&W's, Colt .380 Governments and Glock 26/27's. I have tried a number of different holsters and have enjoyed great success with the Ankle Glove from Galco.

    It retails at $90 and is all-day comfortable. I just got home from a 12 hour shift....which if you include prep time, travel time and the fact that I am at work almost an hour early every day, more like a 14 hour shift, and my G27 went unnoticed by me or anyone I came into contact with all night.

    Best regards, BAG