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A good IWB around $50?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by clone, Jun 28, 2010.

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  1. clone

    clone Member

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    I have a Kel-Tec P11 I need a IWB for. I have been using a clip draw for carry but summer is taking its toll. What do you folks recommend?
     
  2. PX15

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    Google the "FIST" holster company.

    Excellent products, Kydex or leather (I have both), and the price is reasonable.


    Good Luck,

    Jesse
     
  3. Cards81fan

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    High Noon makes some inexpensive leather IWB, like the Mr Softy. I also like the Don Hume PCCH.
     
  4. ForumSurfer

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    I have high noon "bare asset" holsters for all my carry pieces. I highly reccomend them. I often reach for them instead of my vastly more expensive custom rigs.
     
  5. samurai

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    Don't have one, but a lot people like Kholster.
     
  6. chains1240

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    I carry my Kel-Tec P11 in a Supertuck. It is very comfortable. Broke it in within 3 days of wearing it. I did not get the combat cut, I think I may cut it myself later. The holster comes highly recommended. I think I got the first one made for the P-11. Mentioned I needed one for the P-11 on another forum and the owner of the company chimed in and said they could make one for me. Got it in 5 days. Holds my pistol with the perfect amount of tension.
     
  7. Guns and more

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    Look at Bullard holsters. Very good quality for the money. Fast service.
    IMO a step above Don Hume.
     
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    I just this week began carrying my Kel-Tec PF-9 using the belt clip. Up until now, I've used the Fist almost exclusively.
     
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    Have to add...I like the high noon's for their price 1st and foremost. That and I can just "grab and go." I don't like all the backing on a supertuck, but that's just me. The material is some kind of "pleather-like" material, but it isn't hot against my skin on days that I go with just a t shirt and no undershirt.

    YMMV

    http://www.thehighroad.org/showpost.php?p=6549602&postcount=5
     
  10. wgp

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    I'm very happy with the DeSantis Cozy Partner, it's around that price.
     
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    Don Hume makes an excellent clip-on IWB leather holster.
     
  12. clone

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    Some of those are really nice but the ones that I like are around $80, add shipping and they are reaching $90 to $100.

    The "Don Hume PCCH" looks nice, but they do not list one for the P11. Anyone know what size I would need?

    The "Bianchi 100 Professional" looks good as well. Anyone have experience with one of these?
     
  13. 19-3Ben

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    Kholsters work very well. They have a lot of adjustment so you can make it fit exactly how you want.
     
  15. Arthur2001

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    I highly recommend Blade-tech IWB kydex holsters with loop mountings.

    Cheers,
     
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    I have a custom leather made for my P 11 from Dave @ Littlebear Holsters out of Jacksonville. IWB could not be more pleased. :)
     
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    i haven't seen the prices in a while, but look at blade-tech and you will be good to go, they make tough as nails gear.
     
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    Anyone know how the inside finish is on the Don Hume PCCH? Is it lined, smooth, rough or what? Looks like a great holster & I keep reading good reviews but no info on the inside finish. I'm getting my PT145 refinished & I wanna keep her looking good! :)
     
  20. BP Hunter

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    Welcome to thehighroad!

    Check the website www.kholster.com They are a knock off product of the more expensive crossbreed holsters. I have 2 of the kholster that I am satisfied with. What I like about them , is that the holster is held by 2 clips back and forth that helps distribute the weight of the gun. You can also adjust it for cant. And it costs $1 less then your budget.

    Good luck.
     
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    I have used the IWB Bianchi 100 professionals,..not bad, but it's not my favorite.

    At the moment I have on an old IWB Bianchi model 3S Pistol Pocket that is holding a S&W Model 36 Chief with 3 inch barrel. I think Bianchi still has them available. I carried this handgun in this particular holser for several years,..rotating it and a Walther PP in ths same style holster. You can do hand stands and jumping jacks with it. Ymmv
     
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    Galco Stow n Go is good, and so is the Bianchi IWB as well, and both right around that range.

    I also have a nylon Bulldog holster that works VERY well when worn IWB with my 3.5" 1911, but reholstering can be a pain. That one ran me $15 used.
     
  24. motorcycle-charlie

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    Try HIGH NOON

    i carry a j frame in a High Noon Mr. Softy iwb appendix. its thin for great concealment yet very durable and the clip they put on their holsters is outstanding. for less than $30, its hard to beat. you can get different versions like tuckable, or with a 15 deg. cant. Mr. Softy is a straight drop, great for appendix carry.
     
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