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Good IWB holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by XDGirl, Jul 27, 2008.

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  1. Davek1977

    Davek1977 Member

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    To be fair, I was informed today that the holster I ordered at the beginning of December has now supposedly been shipped.....only roughly 5 months after I was charged for it.
     
  2. wmullis

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    I would personally recommend a Crossbreed Supertuck or a similar Comp-Tac.

    They are extremely adjustable and if you go with the Crossbreed there is a two week trial and a money back guarantee.

    It took about two weeks to get mine.
     
  3. MisterMike

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    I've got three IWBs--a Milt Sparks VersaMax II, a Comp-Tac MTAC, and a Galco Ultra Deep Cover. The VersaMax is sized for my Glock 26, and the other two work with the 26 or my Glock 23.

    The Galco is super easy to use--slip it over your waistband, loop it under your belt, tuck in your shirt (blouse?) and you're ready to go.

    The VersaMax is beautifully crafted, but when using the Kydex clips (as opposed to leather loops), a absolute bear to get on or off--the clips are so tightly tensioned that it literally takes me three or four minutes to get it on and positioned properly.

    The MTAC, while not as "rich" looking as the VersaMax, is equally well made. It's perhaps a bit thinner and more comfy, and is about as easy to put on as the Galco. However, the "C" clips are somewhat more noticeable than the other two.

    Overall, I like the MTAC the best. This really pains me to say, because the VersaMax is so purty (and I had to wait forever to get it after I ordered it). I may try the V-clips from Comp-Tac, just to see if I can achieve a bit more concealment, but of the three the MTAC works best for me.

    The folks at Comp-Tac have just come out with a close relative of the MTAC that is supposed to work well for women: http://www.comp-tac.com/product_info.php?products_id=114.
     
  4. Rat Robb

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    Check out DM Bullard.

    I have an IWB for my 442 and am extremely happy with it. Took about 4 weeks from the time I ordered it until it was on my hip.

    -Robb
     
  5. Lurp

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    I'm a fan of UBG Holsters. Very good quality for a reasonable price. You also wont get charged until your order is almost complete.

    http://www.ubgholsters.com/
     
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    DaveK1977-My own experience with Gunnersalley was less than stellar. I wont go into all of it here (it would take too long). However when I called and told them I had had it I with them & I wanted my money back they were prompt with my refund.
     
  7. Davek1977

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    I now have what I ordered, and while impressed with the product, I won't be ordering from Gunner's Alley again. When (non custom) orders take closer to 6 months to complete than 6 weeks, theres a problem somewhere. Again, I did get what I ordered, and I'm happy with the product. That being said, it was my first and last order with them. I'll test the waters elsewhere next time I have a holster to purchase. I've purchased two holsters online...one, a custom job for my Browning Buckmark with a red dot on it. I sent pics and measurements to the maker, and in a week, I had a custom holster, made to specs, in my mailbox. Alternatively, I ordered a "catalog" holster from GA, and was left waiting for months on end before I finally got it. Why is it a quality custom order can be filled in days, while it takes months to recieve what was supposedly a catalog item?
     
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    +1 for ubgholsters.com

    Reasonable pricing and much better lead time than some of the other customs.
     
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