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Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by thequintessentialman, Oct 29, 2020.
I might end up with this one for my Tac-14 from Andrews Leather.
The horizontal holster that the Miami classic is, you don’t need a tie down. It will draw just fine when broken in. I have a few Galco shoulder rigs ( yes, I am a holster junkie). It’s not necessary.
Wow. That’s going to be my new EDC rig-lol.
No personal experience with this brand, but it looks interesting. Their "roto" shoulder holster carries the gun vertically, but it tilts down when you grip the gun for a more natural draw. Might be worth looking into.
The prices are also more in line of what they were just a short time ago too.
The vertical design would be easier to conceal as well
Nice setup but there's no extra ammo for the pistol. May need a belt mag pouch.
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What the heck!
You guys have convinced me to buy a Miami Classic for my Sig P365. I went to the website to order, and when it came to selecting model, the P365 was not listed.
I'm going to call them tomorrow. I can't imagine why they don't make a holster for the P365, since it's becoming so popular.
They offer it in the CLASSIC LITE SHOULDER SYSTEM version. I went ahead and ordered one, although it disappoints me it only has a single extra magazine pouch. I hope that someday they make it in the true Miami Classic.
Try Andrews Custom leather or A.E. Nelson.
I recommend this fellow without reservations.
The Monarch is a good rig and does not swing away from the body.
Galco has some good safe use instruction in their video.
I agree...Ken does great work.
Your comment and my reply got me to thinking; so I contacted Ken a couple of hours ago. I ordered one of his SMZ holsters for my Kahr PM9. He said he will make it Monday and put it in the mail Tuesday.
I haven't used a shoulder holster since 1967 when I carried a 1911 in a U.S. Govt tanker's holster. I carry the Kahr strictly as a BUG; so the SMZ will just be one more option for hiding it during winter months while wearing a cover garment.
Works well with a light cover garment, and clip the opposite side to itself.
Miami classic is great holster for when riding a motorcycle.
Not sure I understand the bolded part...maybe, it will be more evident when I actually see the rig.
The opposite side (without the firearm) is designed to clip to your pants or belt, instead I clip it to itself on the offside.
Damn, I feel dense. Are you saying to form a loop around your offside shoulder with the offside strap?
I would not willingly use a vertical shoulder holster, but when I was required to use one I picked a Galco VHS. When I'm not required to use a vertical shoulder holster, I us a Galco Miami Classic. Biggest advantage to Galco is they work just fine without being attached to your belt on either side. I specifically picked the Galco VHS for Afghanistan, because I was going to be wearing it over an OCP shirt that hung over my belt, and sometimes over body armor, so no belt attachments.
Been wearing one since the late '80s and I always adjust it so it hangs lower - same with the Galco VHS. I have always been able to draw well from either.