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I need a Kydex holster for belly carry

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by alou, Mar 31, 2010.

  1. alou

    alou

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    I need to find an IWB Kydex holster for belly carry. I've tried Hoffner's Ultrux J-hook holster that several of my coworkers use. I found it uncomfortable but I think it's more the style of carry rather than the holster. Plus, it wasn't very concealable for me (I'm 5'8 160 lb.) as I feel it prints easily. Have any of you had experience with other kydex belly carry holsters? I know Comp-Tac makes one too. I need to get one ASAP. Thanks.
     
  2. ELPALMER27

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    I ordered the clipper from alabamaholster.com havent recieved it yet but the website says it was designed for appendix or belly carry the have pics of it in use aswell and looks pretty concealable. you also have a choice like fist holsters with ultra thin and regular kydex.
     

  3. alou

    alou

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    I wonder if anyone even finds this carry style comfortable? Seems like the muzzle always digs into my pelvic bone just above Mr. Happy. :embarassed:
     
  4. alou

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    Elpalmer27, what made you go with that company? I've never heard of them before.
     
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    Comp-tac 2 oclock

    I have one for

    H&K p2000sk
    Kahr PM9
    Ruger SP101
    S&W 642

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    I have two 2o'clocks for my glocks. They work well, and you can get different height clips to control where the gun rides.