David E wrote,
I like the new Peerless Pancake by KyTac www.kytac.com
Is that holster listed on their website?
August 19, 2010, 07:17 PM
Look at Mitch Rosen's holsters, they are a bit pricy, but last forever. I have a owb "1/2 t84", mine has stamped on it. I got it when the 30 first came out so it may not still be around, but it's a half holster which leaves the top half of the pistol exposed from the trigger gaurd, up. I like that kind of holster, it is minimal yet holds the gun tight and close to your body. I like leather better than plastic. To me there is just a better feel to a fine leather holster than a krydex, "and I have one", but tend to go with leather. Also you may want to look at the "loop" type or "bikini", that most of them make Galco, Hume etc. it just covers the trigger area leaving top and bottom exposed. Less bulk, easier to wear imo.I cover my 30 with a nice dress shirt left outside the pants, or jeans. Never had a problem printing in all my years. Or a light jacket like a light ultrsuade or leather, and a tee shirt.
August 19, 2010, 08:53 PM
Add the optional paddle loops and it'll tuck in tighter. Best OWB holster out there, hence the 20 week wait.
August 19, 2010, 09:22 PM
Don't forget about the Glock Sport holsters....the thing worked great(really great) and was all of $12.99
I never had a standard Glock Holster, "factory", I have been looking at them on ebay, "there are so many holsters on ebay, you can spent days looking", I ordered an inexpensive IWB, in Leather, "i have a comp-tac, but like to have a few, so I was looking at the Fobus in the roto paddle, for $20 bucks with shippping, any experience with them?
August 21, 2010, 01:06 AM
is carried in the cheap plastic holster Glock sells for the gun and it works just fine.
August 21, 2010, 11:30 AM
I have a fobus Roto-Tilt for mine. Works pretty good.
August 21, 2010, 12:44 PM
Pain beat me to it. Why not?http://i622.photobucket.com/albums/tt309/burley_bucket/glock.jpg
August 22, 2010, 02:04 PM
Another vote for the Glock Sport/Combat holster. Haven't found anything that works better, whether it cost 12 bucks or 120 bucks. Really rides high & tight. Many a 'holster snob' has been converted.
August 23, 2010, 08:44 PM
I must add, that I returned my com-tac, today, they were very nice and gave me a full "no questions asked" refund. I just found it too big. I picked up a leather IWB from the holster store, and a fobus Tactical paddle, for the 26. I would have done the same for the 30 if I had gone this route. I gave it 2 weeks and it just didn't sit right, maybe it will save you some time on your purchase. Plus they were 1/3 the price, and now I have one for in, and one for out.
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