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G19 IWB holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by devildog4329, Sep 28, 2009.

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  1. devildog4329

    devildog4329 Member

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    Hey everyone im looking for a IWB leather holster for my G19. I am moving to WV from the communist state of maryland and plan on getting my carry permit. So any suggestions would help. I am currently looking at the Bianchi covert option 120. Does anyone have any experiance with them. Thanks again
     
  2. Harold Mayo

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    Get a Milt Sparks if you're going with leather. You won't regret the purchase.

    If you're will to look at kydex, look at the Blade-tech Nano.
     
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    Get a Milt Sparks if you're going with leather. You won't regret the purchase.

    If you're will to look at kydex, look at the Blade-tech Nano.
     
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    Milt Sparks is great but they are on a 20-26 week +++ backorder.

    I would recommend looking at the crossbreed supertuck. It is a leather/kydex hybrid and the best holster I've ever had. I had about 6 different holsters before I got the supertuck and I never bought another one since.

    ~Norinco
     
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    I know you said leather and all of my holsters are leather except the last one that I bought for my G19. it is an IWB from JSHolsters.com and I will never need another IWB holster for my G19 because it is that good! Plus they have a money back guarantee, including shipping, if for some reason you dont like it.
     
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    thanks for the help guys im going to keep looking and hopefully i might be able to get my hands on some of these to see how they feel. Thanks again.
     
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    i agree milt sparks. i am waiting on my iwb for my xd service model, it is supposed to be here by christmas. i would like to get one for my glock 23 as well, maybe one day.

    if you are not dead set on leather, i can and do highly suggest blade tech, i have a blade tech and they are tough as nails, everything they make.

    also look into raven concealment, and comp tac mtac.
     
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    Although its design adds thickness, the Galco Royal Guard is comfortable and secure.
     
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    Another option

    I have used Milt Sparks SSII for years, they make a great holster if you have the time to wait.
    Give Eric at HBE a call. He makes a great holster at a good price.

    http://www.hbeleatherworks.com/


    If you do some searches you will see he gets great reviews.
     
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    I've got a Milt Sparks VersaMax and a C-Tac for my Glock 23 (same exact dimensions as your G-19) on my workbench. That's pretty much where they sit every day, since I bought a Galco Skyops. You didn't say whether or not you need a tuckable, but I do, and among these three the Skyops provides the best combination of comfort, security, and concealability. It's also less expensive than the other two.
     
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    That skyops holster looks like it only fits 1" or 1.25" belts. That's a shame. That clip looks a little iffy to me too. How does it work for you?

    Another thing is that the VM2 and C-TACs spread the weight of the pistol out further since they have 2 clips that are further apart.
     
  14. TimeIsRunninOut

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    What about the Summer Special, and all the remakes? Would anyone recommend any specific model or brand in this design for a Glock 19/23/32? Been watching for newer information, it seems the Summer Special works great for the larger heavier 1911 design. Curious to see how well it works with something a little thicker, yet smaller and lighter.

    Models of holster referring to: Don Hume 715 MSO OT, PCCH, Galco Summer Comfort, Milt Sparks Summer Special, Blade Tech Nano, IWB (Bobby McGee, and IWB), Comp-tac Infidel w/ loops, etc.
     
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