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Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by Glockin26, Feb 27, 2010.

  1. Glockin26

    Glockin26

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    Hey everyonje just wanted to check in. I applied for my CPL 2 weeks ago and will have a G26 next week. I've been reading and reading lots of good info. This will be my first glock and will be packing once I get enough practice. Thanks for the wealh of info here.
     
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    Welcome to GT I'm sure you will like your G26. I cc my G26 daily great little shooter.
     

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    Congrats on the G26 !
     
  4. joeirish

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    Welcome. I am new member also. Have 2 17s and a 26.
    The 26 i carry everyday. Think you will like it.
     
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    God loves all "Glockers." :cool: Welcome to Glock Talk! :patriot::israelflag:
     
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    I do not want to sound naive, but how and where do you conceal your G26? Waistband, pocket, etc.
    I just recently started to conceal but I am finding it hard to honestly conceal anything bigger than my Keltec .32 in the pocket of my slacks/jeans. I know a G26 is popular CC and I have 4 .380's I would like to CC but have not found the right holster or place to CC other than having a oversized pullover.

    Congrats on your new G26 BTW!
     
  7. glock2740

    glock2740 Gun lover.

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    G26S239 NRA Patron

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    :welcome: to GT. 26 rules!
     
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    Welcome and congrats on the G26!
     
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    I hope to try a Crossbreed Supertuck IWB before i actually buy it. Many use the CB supertuck with the 26 and have heard nothing but good/outstanding reviews. There is another holster; the comp tech, which may also be a choice. One important thing I've read is that the quality and design of a IWB make or break weather or not you will actually use it effectively. Also a belt designed for carry; Ive read that regular belts increase uncomfortability/sagging. On the other hand some people do end up using them.
     
  12. floorburn_21

    floorburn_21 Medium speed, some drag.

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    Hi, I am new as well and just bought my G27 today actually. I have been reading the forums for days and couldn't post so I am kind of a ministalker for you ladies and gents. I have been shooting for 13 years (I'm 21) and have a few :innocent: firearms. I'm still looking for a good holster though, so any suggestions would be helpful.
     
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    congrats on the 26. i CC mine at about 4 o'clock in a C-Tac
     
  14. I.Hate.Glocks.

    I.Hate.Glocks.

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    Welcome to GT! Congrats on going Glock.
     
  15. joeirish

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    This time of year, I carry mine in a blackhawk. On my side under a pair of coveralls. In the bad areas I put it in my coverall pocket. Summer will be a little bit more difficult.
     
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    Congrats on the G26. I have one and think its a great carry piece. Check out the Comp Tac Infidel "slide" holster. You can get the clips in 2 different sizes and they also offer a shirt tucker strut that allows you to tuck your shirt in.
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    I use a Comp-Tac MTAC at 3 oclock. That thing really dissapears and I am a fairly slim guy. The MTAC or CBST would serve you well. I went with the MTAC because of the interchangeable kydex bodies.
     
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    Good choice w/the G26.

    I have a G27, but hope to add a G26 soon.

    Here is my carry holster. It is a Fist, Inc. It is inside waistband, and made from ultra-thin kydex. notice how the belt loops are NOT centered over the weapon itself. when they are off-set like the Fist, it rides more stable, and most importantly, it reduces printing.

    many people like the clips for convenience, but i prefer beltloops for the fact that it will never fall off under pressure, or come out when i draw the weapon.
    (i have a beltman belt as well... belts do matter)

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    good luck!
     
  19. beforeobamabans

    beforeobamabans FYPM

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    I have a CBST for my G30SF and functionally, its a good holster. However, it leaves something to be desired on the aesthetics and craftsmanship side of things. I recently wrote a review of my Brommeland Max Con V for my G26 (see below) and highly recommend it over the CBST. Yes, it is expensive but there is value here. I cannot imagine a better holster for the G26. You get what you pay for. And you set a good example identifying the importance of your gun belt. Once I found Beltman, I quit looking. I own four of them now and have no reason to look further. Enjoy your Glock journey.

    http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1180743
     
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    My Kel-tec P32 sees more carry time than any gun I've owned for the simple fact that it's comfortable to carry. I put it in a Desantis Nemisis pocket holster and it just disappears into my pocket.

    Regardless of IWB holster choice, anyway you slice it you have a gun jammed in your pants. It is never going to be comfortable. Most people who carry just get used to it I guess, I really wish I could. I have tried many configurations over the years of guns/ belts/ holsters and yet to find a combo I'm comfortable carrying daily. I stick to pocket carrying my P32. It's not the most powerful cartridge I know,but I always have it with me.

    Just my opinion on CCW. I don't want to derail this thread with a caliber war guys:wavey: