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Ankle Holster Recommendations for Glock & Bersa

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by stogiegila, Aug 30, 2007.

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  1. stogiegila

    stogiegila Member

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    I've searched throught he archives but haven't found exactly what I'm looking for.

    I'd like to get an ankle holster for a G26 as well as a Bersa Thunder 380. Could someone please provide me with recommendations as to a company and model and what its made of along with the things to look for and look out for. It seems that a nylon \ leather combo is not the way to go, from what I've read so far.

    Also, please give me an idea of price too. I've read about some having sheepskin lining, but I'd think that would make it all the hotter to wear??? :confused:

    Thanks for the help.

    PS. I have IWB holsters but there are occassions where I think ankle carry is more suitable and more concealed.
     
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    How about the upside down ankle holster so the grip is at the bottom of your leg so all you have to do is reach into the pant leg and pull it out???:uhoh:
     
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    PM sent dhoomonyou

    Thanks
     
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    I use the Galco Glove for my Glock 27 and really like it

    galco_ankleglove.jpg

    I also have heard nothing but great things about Alessi's Ankle rig

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