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IWB Holsters for the GLOCK 37

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by lenmattsen, Dec 9, 2004.

  1. lenmattsen

    lenmattsen

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    Gentlemen,

    I am looking for a holster for the GLOCK 37.
    Preferably a Kydex or Kydex and leather holster. IWB, RH with the belt loops spaced well apart for stability.

    Does anyone have some good suggestions or experience with specific brand/models?

    Thanx,
    Len
     
  2. Glock2336

    Glock2336 Senor Member

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    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    You might also want to check with Jeff at www.rmholsters.com I have been using one of his low rider IWB (for my G22) for the past six months and it's the most comfortable Kydex IWB I have ever worn. He also made me a straight drop holster for my G-37. It is a paddle holster but not in the traditional sense. The paddle is formed back into the holster which provides for a very secure and comfortable fit.Give them a try they're good people and will treat you right.
     
  5. Pred8tory

    Pred8tory Retired Copper Lifetime Member

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    High Noon holsters have the best products at the cheapest prices. I have one of their Mr. Softy IWBs for almost every gun I own. That model has a belt clip, but it's the most secure belt clip design I've ever come across.

    Mr. Softy
     
  6. unclebob

    unclebob DFC, MSM, 13 Air Medals.

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    Hey unclebob, do you have one of those? If so, how is it?
     
  8. unclebob

    unclebob DFC, MSM, 13 Air Medals.

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    No I do not have one yet. Its going to be a Christmas present to myself. I talked too Scott at GSSF match it is what he uses. He says he carrys it 16 hours a day and doesn't even know its there. he has a large for Glocks and he says he carrys everything in it 37, 30, and also 17 which he says is a little loose, but it works. I have looked at the Comp-Tac also. I have been weighing my decision for about 6 months now. read on Glock Talk what others have said about both of them. some of the things i like about it is has no leather which is not all that great for a IWB in Florida. and the simplicity of the threat solutions. I allready bought a Aker belt for it. Sorry I can't give you first hand knowledge of either one. Yet.
     
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    Hello, i have the blade-tech for my G35(its really the one for G22, but it works on the 35 also).Sticks out the end a little, no big deal to me. It is very nice. I like it quite a lot.i have a don humme for my G22. I like it as well.Either gun fits in either holster.The blade-tech has tension screws.works pretty well.

    1212
     
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    From looking, I really like the Blade-tech... I plan on ordering one in the new year (Jan-Feb.)

    I bought a nice 1.5" belt today as a first step :D

    I have much respect for companies already listing "Glock 37" as an option ;)
     
  11. Rusty Phillips

    Rusty Phillips Moderator Millennium Member

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    how good of a fit is the sidearmor G21 holster to the G37?
     
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    Blade-Tech question:

    I am wanting another Glock... I want to get a G17 to go with the G37.

    I also want to get one Belt holster (IDPA Approved).

    Would the G37 holster also "holster" a G17? /
    Would a G17 holster "holster" a G37?

    Which would be the best route to go?
    I don't know how tight or loose these holsters are... so,
    I hope someone here has this setup and can provide feedback.

    Thanks
     
  13. unclebob

    unclebob DFC, MSM, 13 Air Medals.

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    tggto5 you can use a large frame holster for a G17 it may be a little loss but it should work. You just can't go the other way.
     
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    Comp-Tac CTAC the most comfortable IWB holster I have ever owned, you won't be sorry. And if you are not happy with it they will give you a full refund just for trying it for 30 days. Wait time is about 1 or 2 days to ship to boot.