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Glock 26 Jenta Clips

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Wetawd, Jun 11, 2008.

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Your preference for small of back?

  1. Cheap fabric holster with clip

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  2. CTAC holster (expensive)

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  3. Jentra clip

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  4. Duct Tape

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  1. Wetawd

    Wetawd Member

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    I just bought Glock 26 3rd generation. $631 with tax (and Night Sights):)

    I was looking at some jentra Inside the waistband clips, any personal experience with these or something you've heard? It is kind of like Mexican carry but I'm not that worried about it.

    I bought an Uncle Mike's inside the waistband, small of back (no I am not worried about breaking my spine if I fall) for like $12 but it falls out when I run:eek:

    And where can I buy a CTAC holster?
     
  2. DWARREN123

    DWARREN123 Member

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    I would not be happy carrying a GLOCK without it being in a holster or any firearm of its type. To easy to catch the trigger and get a GLOCK something or other.
    I do have 2 GLOCKs I carry.
     
  3. whatbrick

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    Easiest way is to order directly from Comp-tac's site at http://www.comp-tac.com/, or you can check their dealer list to see if you have a local shop available to purchase from
     
  4. the naked prophet

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    I would not carry a gun without a holster that covers the trigger completely.

    I would also never carry a holster which does not stay put.

    There are many high quality holsters available, pick one and wear it. If you can, try before you buy.
     
  5. strat81

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    Small of back is not a good way too carry. It's way too easy to hurt your spine in the event of an accident.

    I carry a Glock 26 in a Milt Sparks VM-2 or DeSantis Apache Ankle Rig. I would also avoid anything that leave the trigger guard uncovered.
     
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