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G36 IWB suggestions

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by DSMRacing, Jan 19, 2013.

  1. DSMRacing

    DSMRacing

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    I received my CCW license and I have no idea which holster to buy. I tried my local stores, and all they have are Some Galcos and black hawk. I know I'm looking for a RH IWB. I don't wear any undershirts, so the gun and holster will be against bare skin.
    - I believe I want the following in the holster:
    -- shield, so the gun isn't rubbing against my skin
    -- the whole barrel covered or same length as the barrel
    -- I like the idea of being able to adjust the cant or deepness
    -- not sure if I want leather/kydex or a combo of the 2
    -- I was looking to spend around $50, but realized that might not be feasible. So if I'm spending $100, I don't want to do it again.

    Looking for suggestions/why you like your holster/etc...
    As of now, I'm leaning towards a comp tac Minotaur. I like the idea of the adjustability. Anyone have one and their experiences.

    Also, what belts do you recommend and size. I'm about a 30" waist or a tad smaller.
     
  2. sa227driver

    sa227driver Trophy Husband

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    I'd check out www.comp-tac.com

    I've ordered all my holsters from them. I use the Comp-Tac Minotaur MTAC IWB holster. The nice thing about their holsters is that the kydex bodies are interchangeable for different guns. So you can have one leather backing and spare kydex bodies for every CCW gun you have.

    I usually pick up my belts from the local LEO dealer. Make sure it's a strong duty style belt with good reinforcement. If you're a 30", I'd get a 32"-34" belt to accommodate gun and holster.
     

  3. JLM63

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    I've used a Black Mamba from Concealment Solutions for maybe 18 months now. Love it! It works with my G19 and G36. Very comfortable and the clips are secure. Quick turnaround too.
     
  4. RPVG

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    What ^^^he ^^^ said.
     
  5. OMEGA5

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    i have a Crossbreed also. very comfy all day. If i had to do it again i think i'd get the mtac. same thing, but the replaceable kydex would be nice. there is also more adjustability for cant/depth.
     
  7. SCmasterblaster

    SCmasterblaster G17 carrier since 1989 Millennium Member

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  8. sappy13

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    My dad carries a glock 36 in a mtac and loves it. IV had a mtac and prefered the ctac more.

    posted using Outdoor Hub Campfire
     
  9. tankermw

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  10. SCmasterblaster

    SCmasterblaster G17 carrier since 1989 Millennium Member

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    G36 is a great little gun - a .45 ACP answer!
     
  11. bleumanchu

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    Hey there. I carry a G36, and most of my pants are also 30" waists these days. I carry mine in a horse hide Theis Holster. Comfortable and affordable.
     
  12. DCB12

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