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iwb holster squicking

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by remshooter, Apr 5, 2012.

  1. remshooter

    remshooter

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    have two kramer iwb holster and the belt loops squike from the loops and belt rubbing ,what can i use on the loops to keep them from squikeing,even my wife hears it
     
  2. X-Concealment

    X-Concealment NRA Cert.FI/RSO

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    Is it a leather belt?

     

  3. DaneA

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    What the hell is squikeing?
     
  4. remshooter

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    yes it is a leather belt
     
  5. SuperSleuth

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    Kiwi Neutral Paste Wax.
     
  6. swinokur

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    baby powder will fix it
     
  7. tim12232

    tim12232 Pistolero

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    squeaking?
     
  8. Deployment Solu

    Deployment Solu Kydex Crafter

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    I'll go with squeaking for the win for $100.00 Bob!!!
     
  9. remshooter

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    yes i know i cant spell, if i knew how to do that and do algebra i would have went to college in 1982 instead of enlisting in the army,shoot iam from west virginia ,my buddy back home i grew up with still call oil, oril with an r
     
  10. Paul53

    Paul53 All in all I'm just another brick in the wall.

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    OP, don't sweat it. Every post on Grocktawk is heavily examined for opportunities for humor or chance to start a dogfight. The humor generated is terrific and worth reading the threads alone. The dogfights are just a waste and seldom useful. Even when they provide useful information, it could have been done in a better way.

    Thanks for the post, good question. I wouldn't have thought of baby powder. My first thought would have been a leather treatment like saddle soap (they still make that?).
     
  11. Paul53

    Paul53 All in all I'm just another brick in the wall.

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    You have been chosen, from among millions, to be the recipient of my 700th post.

    Whoopty doo.:faint:
     
  12. Jackalo626

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    I have a kydex owb holster with kydex loops that squeeks on my 5.11 leather gun belt that fits snug and haven't found a cure yet.
     
  13. Gregoire G

    Gregoire G Silver Member

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    My first post here(I mostly hang out at collector sites like Jan Still's forum, etc. under the name Greg G but Greg G was already taken here):

    I concur with swinokur, baby powder may do the job. I was having a squikeing problem with my new arch supports and our secretary at work suggested baby powder. I tried it and it works great. You don't have to use a lot.

    My 2 cents