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Holster for IPSC & Glock 34

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Doc_d, Aug 19, 2004.

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  1. Doc_d

    Doc_d

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    What's a good holster for competing in the IPSC production class with a glock 34?

    Thanks!
    Todd
     
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    Custom Glock Racing I did it first. Millennium Member

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    Comptac locking paddle. Its right out of the box and does not need any mods. Its also legal for IDPA.
     

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    Look into a Ky Tac

    I have two, just ordered my third...for a G34 and G35
     
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    I like the Galico. Seems to have a pretty high sight channel which works with the tall Dawson front sights if/when you go to dawsons.
     
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    I like that BlackHawk CQC (close quarters concealment) . I have had it for about a month and used it for two club matches and it worked real well. It's a pretty fast holster.
     
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    I had a fobus. It's not bad, but it holds the gun so tight to my side, it makes it hard to get a grip on it when going for a draw.

    I've read through the USPSA rule book. Am I correct in that for the production class the holster can hold the gun 50mm away from my side? Do either the Comp-Tac or Ky Tac hold the gun away from your body at all?
     
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    Custom Glock Racing I did it first. Millennium Member

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    Yes for all USPSA classes the holster must be within 50mm. The comptac easily passes.
     
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    I use a sidearmor modular for uspsa production. adjustable and works very well. I have not used a comp tac. Looking at the new belt feed mag pouch though.

    Matt do you know if the belt feed mag pouch is legal in production.

    Kevin
     
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    I am using a Ky-Tac Sooper Hooper. No complaints here.
     
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    GoGators Stomatologist

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    Blade tech molded OWB. Very inexpensive and draws really nice for me. Just get some longer screws, loosen the holster up until you get the right combo of retention/speed you want, and loctite 'em down.
     
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    After trying out a few different holsters(Bladetech, Comp-tec, Safariland..etc), I finally settle on Ky-Tac's KT1 for my G17 in IPSC Production. It seems most "natural" for my draws. YMMV. :)