First Post! (LEFT Handed IWB Holsters)

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by wallacebw, Feb 21, 2005.

  1. wallacebw

    wallacebw Glock 23

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    I am looking for an IWB holster for my G23... Any recomendations?

    WallaceBW
     
  2. G19LEO

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    My fav iwb's are comp tac and kramer.
     

  3. Merkavaboy

    Merkavaboy Code-7A KUZ769

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    I've been using my FIST super-thin kydex IWB for my G-19 for about 5 months now. Lightweight and very smooth. I also use a Kramer and Ted Blocker LFI rig. In a pinch I'll use the Glock belt slide, but I usually use the belt slide for R/H carry.
     
  4. T Earl

    T Earl BufordT Justice

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    I have a Desantis "The Insider"
    model number is 031BBE1Z0
    It says on the package for 26/27/33 which I use every day for my G33 however I have carried my 17 in it without a problem, needed loose pants though. The bottom is open so the barrel just sticks out the end is all.
     
  5. Speedrock

    Speedrock "To The Point"

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    Have been using an Alessi Talon+ for many years and more recently his W6DT.
     
  6. kfoley

    kfoley Break glass

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    I love my CTAC for my 19. Carry it everyday and it's very comfortable. Sometimes even I forget I have it on. The Answer is also supposed to be good as well.
     
  7. Wulfenite

    Wulfenite The King

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    The Milt Sparks VMII is a amazingly comfortable, stable and well executed IWB holster.
     
  8. DAVEKO

    DAVEKO Deceased Millennium Member

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    Sidearmor has a good one, I use their IWB left and for the G19
     
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  10. lcp

    lcp

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    I have been recently using a FIST K8 purchased from Gunners Alley that is very comfortable. It is thin kydex and has an adjustable cant. It is for my G23 and the adjustment brings the gun grip closer to the body and the muzzle rearward position allows a full combat grip on the gun. The thin kydex works well for an inside the waistband type holster.
     
  11. thetoastmaster

    thetoastmaster NOT a sheepdog!

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    Sidearmor is okay, but only if it is for a Glock. Otherwise, you're screwed.

    Edited to add, and only if it's one of three Glock holsters.

    It's plain to see that Sidearmor doesn't want our business.
    I'd rather give my money to Cendex or Comp-tac, who both make their entire range in right and left handed.
     
  12. econjon

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    I've been using a Sidearmor for my 19 and like it. Does anyone have any experience with Galco? I saw a left handed IWB at the gun shop the other day.
     
  13. Speedrock

    Speedrock "To The Point"

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    Have had a Galco "NSA" and one other of their IWB's. Both well made and functionaly excellent.
     
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    OB1

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    I'm new to this ccw business and saw only one IWB before I bought it. It happened to be an Uncle MIkes Sidekick size one. My Colt Mustang Pocketlite fits loose but stays put and my G26 fits in it also. As to comfort I have had nothing to compare it with although the Colt obviously feels less "there" at the end of the day than the Glock.
     
  15. ERASER

    ERASER Nyuk,Nyuk,Nyuk!

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    I've been carrying my G27 in a 3rd Generation Sidearmor IWB for several years now. The only thing I'd swap it for is a 4th Generation model (when they start cranking them out for us lefties).
    Customer service could not be any better. Great people to deal with.
     
  16. tgtshuter

    tgtshuter Too Beaucoup

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    I concur!!:cool:
     
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    Tuckers "The Answer" is an amazing iwb holster. very comfortable
     
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    I love my Tucker Gunleather "Answer". It was comfortable right out of the box and just seems to get better. It makes both my G19 and my G36 just disapear even under just an untucked tshirt. It is also lightning fast and very secure when inside the waistband.

    About the only downside is when you remove it, the gun is no longer secure in the holster, as your body acutally keeps it in place and provides tension when you wear it. This is not a big deal, whenever I need to put the gun away and go somewhere, I just unholster unload and bag the gun and leave the holster in place.
     
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