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Best All Leather Tuckable Holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Gig 'em, May 17, 2011.

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Best (least printing and comfortable) Tuckable All Leather Holster

Poll closed Jun 7, 2011.
  1. DM Bullard Dual Carry (with leather snap option)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  2. HBE DC Tuckable

    1 vote(s)
    14.3%
  3. Kellogg Custom Leather Karl MkII

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. Mitch Rosen Workman

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. Pure Kustom Black Ops Pro

    1 vote(s)
    14.3%
  6. Side Guard Double Tuck Snap

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  7. Other - Please post below!

    5 vote(s)
    71.4%
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  1. Gig 'em

    Gig 'em Member

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    I am on a quest to find the best tuckable all leather holster. By best I mean comfortable and non-printing holster for a mid sized handgun. (Think xd45c, g19, g23, colt commander, etc.) I have a VMII and love it, but I do not like kydex on my holsters in any form, all leather is a must. I'm trying to avoid metal clips if at all possible. The intent is to have a holster that I can wear with a suit and take off my coat without worry. I'm not a small guy (6'5", 210 lbs) so grip concealment, etc. is not my main concern; holster printing through my pants is. I prefer 2 spaced attachment points, VMII style, for stability. Thank y'all in advance for all of your insight and knowledge. One last thing, I'm trying to stay under $100+, if possible. Given the economy, it is hard to talk the Mrs. into another $150 holster, if you catch my drift. (I have scoured the archives, btw)
    -Gig 'em-
     
  2. Gig 'em

    Gig 'em Member

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    Yes, I realize the DC tuckable has metal clips and some of the others are out of price range. I am more interested your experiences and reviews than price at this point. Thanks.
    -Gig 'em-
     
  3. Jakemedic

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    I too am watching with anticipation, I need one too!!!
     
  4. Guns and more

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    I voted HBE because I have one, and Eric is an artist.
     
  5. Gig 'em

    Gig 'em Member

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    Someone voted for other... Please be so kind as to enlighten us as to some more options that are available... Inquiring minds would like to know...
     
  6. Sam1911

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    I have a friend and shooting pal who has been making very VERY nice leather holsters as a business for a while now. He has done some cool things for me in standard cow and horse hide, and some VERY nice things in exotics for some others, including BullfrogKen.

    Here's an IWB he made me that is like an improved version of a VersaMax but tuck-able.
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    If possible, this holster is MORE comfortable than the DeSantis OWB I usually carry in. I really like it.

    Here's his website.
    http://mysite.verizon.net/jrcustomleather/
     
  7. HK Jake

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  8. JTQ

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    Is that a new model from Crossbreed?

    The OP wants...
     
  9. G27RR

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    I like the Tucker Gunleather Texas Heritage for mid-sized pistols. Here's mine with an STI Ranger II (4.15" 1911). I ordered mine with J-hooks but other hook styles are available.

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    I can also use it with 3" 1911s like this Shadow.

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