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Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by 11bdad, Jan 17, 2010.

  1. 11bdad

    11bdad 11bdad

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    New Glock 26 inbound in a couple of days (1st Glock for me). Going to get my carry permit so I have been looking at holsters. I'm looking for IWB, small with a clip. I've kinda narrowed it down to the CTAC Infidel "slide" version and the Israeli Military Front Line IWB. Any and all comments appreciated.

    Thanks
     
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    I use an M-Tac IWB. I have been very happy with it. It's a hybrid and very comfortable. Not sure what you mean by "small with a clip".
     

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    racer88 NRA & SAF mbr

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    Carry my G27 (same size as G26) in Crossbreed Supertuck on a gun belt. Comfortable and stable. But, most of all... comfortING knowing it's there.
     
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    Small physical size holster with a single belt clip.
     
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    randyc74 Custom Holster Maker

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    Check out the forum sponser section on this forum for custom concealed holster makers that are members of Glock Talk.

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    K&D makes great holsters. I have 3 of them for different models. I have my G27 in one for my daily carry.
     
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    Of the 2 you've narrowed it down to...I'd pick the CompTac Infidel.

    BTW...The name of the company is CompTac...the CTAC & Infidel are two models of holsters made by CompTac. So saying "CTAC Infidel" is like saying "Mustang Taurus"...hard for us to know if your refering to the Ford Mustang or the Ford Taurus...
     
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  10. 11bdad

    11bdad 11bdad

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    I've decided on this set up. Comp Tac Infidel "slide" version.[​IMG]
    thanks for the help.
     
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    I don't like Slide holsters, except in some certain applications. If I was gonna carry IWB, I'd get a M-Tac.

    IGF
     
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    +1 MTAC for iwb, Galco Fletch for owb
     
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    One final thing to note... do not overlook the importance of a quality GUN BELT. A "heavy belt from KMart" won't do it.

    Search the numerous belt threads in this forum.

    IGF
     
  14. community

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    visit www.donhume.com I have five of their holsters IWB: H715-M tb and H715-M wc. works for me.