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Glock holsters

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by SHusky57, Mar 4, 2009.

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  1. SHusky57

    SHusky57 Member

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    Right now I just have an IWB leather retention holster I got with my G30.

    Are there any good Concealed and Open carry holsters out there?

    I would prefer a thumb-break or something like a paddle holster where you have to push the button with your index finger to draw..... Just wanting opinions.
     
  2. mbr

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    Not sure what you are looking for, but may want to look in to a Blackhawk Serpa.
     
  3. Jed Carter

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    Blackhawk SERPA is a good inexpensive carbon fiber paddle/belt holster. They come in a variety of finishes and colors.
     
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    +3 on BH Serpa


    Dave
     
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    +4 on the BH SERPA; Would also add: CompTac 2 o'clock for IWB: this is good holster; CompTac is good to deal with; excellent customer service.
    A G32 in either of these holsters; good system for me.
     
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    no thumbreak or button, but the Glock Sport/Combat holster is like 10 bucks, and it works very well
     
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    I recommend you stay away from thumb breaks...

    I think the MTAC is a fine IWB for the thicker Glocks...

    [​IMG]
     
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    Oh yes they do, I really like mine. Works perfectly, better than many holsters in my closet I paid two, three, even four times the amount of money for.


    I've also got an MTAC, I like that holster just as much but I am taking advantage of this frigid weather to wear OWB while I can.
     
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    SHusky57

    I love my Blackhawk Serpa holster for my Glock 17. I have the cant set at just the proper angle that I like, and I find the release tab to be easy to aquire and use.
     
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    same here :D I love that thing

    Just for reference, in addition to the GLock sport OWB holster,
    my IWB for the glock is a FIST #1AK (ultrathin kydex)
     
  11. SHusky57

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    I have an easier time CCWing with my Beretta PX4 than my Glock 30. I just can't break up the outline and the G30 prints really bad. Any suggestions? Is this a holster issue, or just the shape of the Glock?
     
  12. CajunBass

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    I've never found a holster I like any better than a plain and simple leather, OWB, double slot, belt holster. No retention straps, No fancy gigaws, nothing tactical. Just a good well made, leather holster molded to fit the gun. K.I.S.S.

    That one is for my Commander. I've got one just like it for my Glock 19.

    [​IMG]

    A good belt is even more important than the holster IMHO.
     
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