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IWB holster under $50?

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by GlockTalk9, Jul 22, 2011.

  1. GlockTalk9

    GlockTalk9

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    I'm new to CCW and looking for a IWB holster that will work fine with pants, shorts and even my gym shorts that have elastic waist band. I am using a generation 3 G26 and plan to store an additional mag in my pocket. The only ones that I could find that fit my budget is the Bianchi Model 6D ATB which comes in a old western poop brown color.

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    any other suggestions? It will be used all season round
     
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  2. Glockphobia

    Glockphobia NOT!

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    i paid a little over 40 bucks otd for my galco king tuck. very comfortable holster!
     

  3. pipedreams

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  4. Bill Lumberg

    Bill Lumberg BTF Inventor

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    For a holster to perform properly, you need a gunbelt. If you're not going to wear a belt, you'll need a belly band or waistpack. Even with a belt, single clip holsters generally don't perform well (easily dislodged, "roll" up and out of the waistband fairly easily. A proper holster is stable, and does not need to be adjusted or repositioned repeatedly while worn. My suggestion is to start wearing shorts with a belt, or use an internal belt.
     
  5. lethal tupperwa

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    +1 on the gunbelt. You can spend $200 on a holster and it wont mean ***** without a good stiff belt to support/distribute the weight of the gun. As for the holster, check out shieldedholsters.com. Kurtis is a member here, and makes a good quality leather/kydex IWB holster that comes in at $50 shipped I believe. I have two of them, and I couldnt be happier. And you will have it in a week or so.
     
  7. 1canvas

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    remora holster. i didn't think it would work till i bought one.
     
  8. grecco

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    Check FIST Holsters, #1 kydex iwb,
    i own several and I am very happy with them.
     
  9. JerryC

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    Belly band. Gym shorts wont hold a gun, holster or no.
     
  10. glocker56

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    +1 on the gunbelt --my own personal experience is that Don Hume makes a great leather iwb holster w/metal clip under $50. http://www.gunnersalley.com/
     
  11. Captains1911

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    no way the elastic band on gym shorts is going to support a G26. You will also most likely want a holster with some forward cant.
     
  12. Taurus851

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    look into a don hume h715, you can get them for $30 shipped and they are leather. they also look nice IMO
     
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  13. RobG

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    I agree...I wear shorts w/o a belt and polo shirts 99% of the time. The Remora stays put without a belt.
     
  14. rattlehead55

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    I wear it in my gym shorts and it stays put.
     
  15. IndyGunFreak

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    I keep hearing about these Remora's.. I'm gonna have to try one. I've always fanny pack'd at the gym, but the Remora is interesting.
     
  16. redbaron007

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    I was skeptical of the Remora holsters...so I ordered one....they work. I was surprised. For IWB carrying, I use the Remora. I've had mine for about a month or so.

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  17. tankermw

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    Try this out. I love mine. You don't need a belt and I have worn it in gym shorts with my G36.
     
  18. C5A

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    I have been using a Kholster IWB for my G22 and for my Colt 38 Spl. Comfortable and secure. The clips that hold it on the belt are spaced far apart and gives stability.
     
  19. Lior

    Lior GUNS=FREEDOM

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    When I carried a G19 I used a C-Tac or Infidel, which are above the requested price.
    Now that I am old timer, I use a generic Remora to carry a G17 or CZ75 SP01 Shadow with excellent results.
     
  20. reppans

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    +1, 48$ at Midway. Blatant Crossbreed rip-off though.

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