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GLOCK 39 / Glock Combat Holster / 5.11 Operator

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by AWGD8, Feb 9, 2012.

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  1. AWGD8

    AWGD8 Sr. Glocker29SF

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    Just to give an idea how these combo work.

    Cross Draw Standing :

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    Cross Draw sitting:

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    Strong side Standing (Right) :

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    Strong side standing (rear side) :

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  2. AWGD8

    AWGD8 Sr. Glocker29SF

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    Strong side sitting :

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    Conclusion:

    The Glock combat/sport holster really works! It has enough retention not to fall off the holster and it really hugs close to the body.

    Since this is my winter carry gun, I much prefer the cross draw position,bec
    It is easier for me to hand sweep open my jacket using my left hand. Also, while sitting down, it is perfect for going in and out of the car. Concealing is a lot better using the cross draw method if you wear a medium shirt or t-shirt alone.

    Strong side, is ok while seating down, but you will be grabbing the gun with your right hand and if inside the car, this won`t give you enough room between your right arm and your car center console. While standing, it prints if wearing a medium t-shirt during Summer time. It will work if you wear loose shirt...

    5.11 Operator 1.75" belt is great! Make sure you order the next largest size.
    I normally wore 32-34" belt, but I ordered the 36-38 " and it gives me enough room or slack to put the holster and wrapped the belt end around the buckle.

    So far I think this is a decent setup for now... :supergrin:

    BTW, I am only 5`7" and about 160 ibs ...
     
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  3. ignantmike

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    looks like a good set up to me......i couldnt do the sitting cross draw myself....i have the infamous dunlaps disease.....:whistling:
     
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    Cool, nice write up.
     
  5. MinnesnowtaWild

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    I have been looking for the Glock holster locally but cannot find one. Looks like a good, cheap holster.