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Comp-Tac "Two O'Clock" ...?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by MikePaiN, May 26, 2010.

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  1. MikePaiN

    MikePaiN Member

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    I'm looking a great ItW holster for my PT709. I'm a dedicated appendix carrier so the big double hook Cross Breeds, Comp-Tac Minotaurs etc. won't work. I do really like the looks of the Two O'Clock.
    http://www.comp-tac.com/product_info.php?products_id=89

    Anyone ever use one..? What's the verdict?
    It is hard to tell from the page if the holster adds length over the muzzle...this is one thing I absolutely don't want.
     
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    I've carried my Ruger SP-101 in the 2 O'Clock Carry for a couple of years now and can attest that it is a safe, secure, and tidy carry combo. The holster is easy on, easy off, and once on the belt remains safe and secure. I sure like mine.
     
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    Thanks dairy......I got sick of trying to decided, so I "converted" an old Highnoon Mr. Softy I had for a PF9 to fit the PT709(adversity is the mother of invention ;) ). This little holster kicks butt, for now it'll do the trick.
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    On to the next decision :banghead: .....an OtW for my Glock30
     
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    MikePain:

    Looks like you did pretty good. The Comp-Tac and Crossbreed holsters should do the trick. I don't carry there because I don't like pointing the muzzle of a pistol at my femoral artery or worse.
     
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