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Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by doktor doom, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. doktor doom

    doktor doom

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    I want an OWB, open top, pancake style holster for a G26. Prefer leather, I have a Don Hume for my g19 and am looking for somethin simmilar for my baby glock. Can anyone help me with a linky?
     
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    sa227driver Trophy Husband

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    RJ's Guns

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    Five Shot leather makes some nice holsters. As does Kramer.
     
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    El Paso Saddlery.....just google it.
     
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    robhic I'm your huckleberry.... Platinum Member Silver Member

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    http://www.highnoonholsters.com/

    Really like mine. Go to the site for a look and also a read. They have more info on holsters and stuff than you'll ever need! I betcha....
     
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    GeeThirty bigbud

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    You might want to check out Lobo Gun Leather http://www.lobogunleather.com/

    My most recent purchase from Ray was a Model 1-SL pancake style (with slide shield) for my 26, and I also have one of his "regular" Model 1 pancakes for a Ruger SP101. Both of them are excellent holsters, IMHO.

    Just my .02.
     
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    If you like the Don Hume, and are looking for something similar, why not also carry your G26 in the Don Hume?
     
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    Glock Sport Combat Holster
     
  11. Leigh

    Leigh

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    FIST, Inc.....closest thing to custom you will ever find.
    As solid as Kramer and superior to ANYTHING Galco....not bashing Galco, just that FIST holsters are better.
     
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    beforeobamabans FYPM

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    I own and use the three custom makers below. Each holster functions well. The difference in price represents time spent detailing the holster. So, depending on what you want to spend, you can choose the level of detailing you want to pay for:

    SideGuardHolsters
    NM Holsters
    Brommeland

    If you want cheap, no wait, non-molded, quick on-off clip on, take a look at High Noon Holster's mr. Softy. I generally keep my 26 in the glove box in this holster. The quick on-off allows me to slip it on as I get out of the car. I don't usually like cheap, non-molded holsters but this one is very useful.
     
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