These are well known gun leather craftsmen who provide great CCW gear. The Milt Sparks #60TK(AKA Roadrunner rig) is a nice high ride system. Blackhawk offers some useful designs too(both leather and plastic).
August 13, 2006, 11:57 PM
My buddy just got himself a Galco COP belt-slide rig for his stainless SigArms 220 that he loves to pieces. He says it's comfy all day and he sometimes forgets he's carry at all.
Best part? How does $40 grab you instead of $60+?
Mark(psycho)Phipps( HAHAHA! )
August 14, 2006, 01:04 AM
I generally don't prefer a holster to ride too high. My preferred rig for my P220 is a Galco Combat Master, I also use a kydex belt holster from BladeTech pending the situation. DonHume makes good stuff, I've used them for awhile as well without any issues, not the holster in question, just a few of the open top rigs and they held up very well. I also have rigs from HighNoon Holsters that are top notch as well, however I am unsure of the model names right now. If you like a high ride, they have a model called the Sky High or something like that.
August 14, 2006, 10:00 AM
High riding with a gun that long/large puts it pretty high under my arm. I didn't phrase what info I was looking for very well. I bought a holster with it but the height it rides at I don't like. Maybe I will get used to it, I don't know. Was more looking for other's experience with the 220 and if they prefer it high or not. I don't want it visible if I reach over my head so that is why I went with a high riding holster. After wearing it for a while I think I can get one that is a little lower and not have it be seen easily.
psychophipps, how does your friend feel carrying the stainless weight wise? I went with the black over the stainless due to the weight difference. After handling both I though the stainless would be too heavy a carry weapon. I definately though the stainless was better looking and the weight would be a plus at the range.
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