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Leather IWB G26

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by dubshooter, Jul 20, 2011.

  1. dubshooter

    dubshooter Member

    I have found a lot of recommendations for kydex and plastic holsters for glocks, but not much for leather.

    I picked up a G26 and need an IWB for it. I like belt loops, not clips, and leather. I have a Galco Sto-N-Go for my G22 when I go to work I can use, but I prefer something a little better.

    Hoping to spend around $50 or less and quick turn around.

    Looking at the Don Hume PCCH.

    I had a High Noon for a PF9 I had, but wasn't impressed with the fit. Maybe would fit a Glock better than a KT... But not sure.

    Have at it...
  2. Jonah71

    Jonah71 Well-Known Member

    Good luck. I'll be keeping an eye on this post. I'm looking for the same.
  3. chhodge69

    chhodge69 Well-Known Member

  4. swcr

    swcr Member

    I make leather IWB holsters for the G26 if you're interested. They do run a little more than $50 however. Something like this one is $80 including shipping and current turnaround time is 3-4 weeks.

  5. rwilson37643

    rwilson37643 Well-Known Member

    Galco royal guard or milt sparks summer special
  6. JTQ

    JTQ Well-Known Member

    Quality leather IWB for $50 is usually pretty tough to find, heck any quality holster for $50 is hard to find.

    Lobo Gun Leather IWB is close to your price range.

    Simply Rugged "Cuda" is also close to your price. It gives you the option of also carrying it OWB.

    AKJ Concealco, also a little above the $50 mark, but close.
  7. The Lone Haranguer

    The Lone Haranguer Well-Known Member

    They run around $70-ish (at least at the time I bought mine in 2007), but UBG makes very nice IWBs. These will have a clip or a snapped loop (your choice) on each side of the gun, for a flatter outer profile. His turnaround, for a made-to-order one-man shop, was reasonable at about 6 weeks. He also does not ask for payment until your order comes up in his queue. For a more "off the rack" holster you can have today, the Hume PCCH is about as good as any.

    BTW, even seventy bucks is less than one seventh of the price of the gun. :)
  8. dubshooter

    dubshooter Member

    I got my holster in today, which is perfect timing as I'm currently packing up to head to the range for it's first outing. Got the Don Hume PCCH. One thing I noticed right away I liked was the fit. Gun slides in smooth, then kind of "clicks" without clicking, like it just sets right in at home. Really good fit. The belt loops are kind of thin, but hopefully that won't be an issue. After I shoot it and clean it today, I'll be carrying it, so we'll see how comfortable it is. If this doesn't work out, I'm probably going to order a High Desert holster.



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