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CCW Holster

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by rasprenkle, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. TSAX

    TSAX USAF Vet

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    You are not outta luck on this, check this site
    www.crossbreedseconds.com

    www.xdtalk.com/forums/crossbreed-holsters/185289-crossbreed-blems-back.html








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  2. truetopath

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    I'm a huge fan of my Ritchie leatherworks hideaway IWB for my G27. It's so comfortable I hardly know the gun is there, and it holds the gun at a slight forward cant so it doesn't even print with a fitted t-shirt over top. Expensive bugger but well worth it!!
     

  3. CDR_Glock

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    I like my Lobo leather pancake holsters for my 357s: a Python and a S&W 627.

    My favorite holster is a Shielded Holster by Kurt Baker:

    Www.shieldedholsters.com

    I have one for my Glock 23/37/36, one for my G30, one for my 1911 and one for my 357 snubby.

    I do have a crossbreed Supertuck but prefer my shielded holsters.
     
  4. JORO1

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  5. Slug71

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    I couldn't be happier with mine. Tommy's customer service is impeccable too.
     
  6. G19 driver

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    After doing this for 22 years I have to say that Raven Concealment is the best holster maker I have found.
     
  7. JerryC09

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    I bought a holster actually made by Glock for my G19 or G26. It's plastic and I think it was 15 bucks. It works great on it's on belt, and conceals nicely with a sports jacket or untucked shirt.
    It had one bad review, but I think that was from someone that thought you put it on the same belt that you use to hold you pant up. Just out of curiousity, I tried it that way and it was difficult to be sure of quickly drawing the gun from the holster. However, it has great retention while being able to draw quickly with it if you have it on the correct type belt.
    BTW, I wear a size 36 belt through my belt loops and wear a size 40 1 1/4" belt an inch or two lower for my G16. I paid $4.97 for the belt on sale in Target. LOL!
    Works as good as anything though, and when I obtain my CCW licens that's what I'll be using.
     
  8. Goldendog Redux

    Goldendog Redux Shut your mouth

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  9. JerryC09

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    Some people don't know what a gun belt actually is. I'm happy to see that apparently you do. Sorry you were confused. Does that mean I should add more details to my posts? LOL :supergrin:
     
  10. Goldendog Redux

    Goldendog Redux Shut your mouth

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    I think there is plenty of detail. I would like to know more about the G16 though.
     
  11. RMD

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    The Glock Sport/Combat should be a staple for every Glock owner.
     
  12. Gun Shark

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    This may be the most concealable belt holster made. It is also the lowest priced. Usually can be bought for $15.00 or less.
     
  14. JerryC09

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    Oh. G19/26 makes more sense. As described further up in my post. To clarify further, I have 2 glocks and to clarify further still, only one fits in the holster at a time. :whistling:
     
  15. Huskytaio

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    For a gun belt, my Don Hume 721 OT rides high and tight for all my Glocks and Sigs. For a paddle holster, I prefer the Comptac Adjustable Cant paddle holster (and I have boxes of holsters!). Even thought the adjustable cant holster is more expensive than the non adjustable canted holster, the adjustable cant holster rides 1/2" higher than thier standard holster. Found that out by trial and error, and of course, it helps to read their website products closely.

    My Comp Tacs paddle holsters ride about an inch higher from the bottom of my belt than the Blackhawk CQC, and less than half the width outward from the belt.
     
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    http://www.concealmentsolutions.com/blackmambace1.html

    All hand made, I asked Jason to make the holster cover my front fiber sight with kydex to protect the fiber sight from breaking. Got my holster a week later been very happy.

    The kydex stretches up the rear sight helps make re-holstering easier by keeping my pants open, no issues with my pants flapping over and covering the holster once the gun is drawn.

    Used discount code Gundudes to save $7.00
     
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    pizza_pablo USN Retired

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