Please help me holster my Kimber Ultra


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FTF
September 26, 2006, 10:54 PM
Ok, it's a run-of-the-mill CDP Ultra II. I've looked at tons of holsters and I'm still stuck.

If this helps, here are my issues... I'll try to be specific to narrow it down.

*I'm NOT waiting months for it to arrive. I love the gun, but priorities might change in 4 months. I appreciate good leather, but I don't appreciate my attention span.

* I'm pretty sure on an OWB. I'm big enough and I wear baggy clothes anyways. If it cants forward it's a bennie. Riding high is good as well, it's a small gun.

*Materiel doesn't matter. Of course, I'm not about to ruin the finish on my nice CDP, but you get the idea that I'm cost driven.

*No thumb breaks or snazzy retention holsters. I don't plan on rolling around on the ground with it.

Thanks in advance! I love this gun and I appreciate the firepower, but it's sitting in an Uncle Mikes right now and I know I can do better.

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dhoomonyou
September 26, 2006, 11:53 PM
check the wilson combat low profile, i love mine.

FTF
September 27, 2006, 12:07 AM
Strong contender, thanks for the input! Anyone else?

I'm impatient lol.

BevrFevr
September 27, 2006, 12:12 AM
how about a jak slide from anybody, even Galco. Simple and effective.

Ala Dan
September 27, 2006, 02:48 AM
I will tell you what I use, and you can take it too the bank~!:uhoh:

The Undercover Rig from the fine folk's at Kirkpatrick Leather
of Laredo, Texas. The belt, holster, and double mag pouch cost me
$128 delivered too my door. This is quality, real leather and made by
some damn nice people too boot~!;) :D

Billy Sparks
September 27, 2006, 07:22 AM
I really like Milt Sparks stuff, now before you start thinking "didn't the twit read the part about not wanting to wait" check out Lightning Arms Sports or another one of the dealers that stocks Milt Sparks products. You pay a little more for the holster but you also scratch that "immediate satisfaction" itch.

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