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Help me find this holster.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Inebriated, Mar 16, 2013.

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  1. Inebriated

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    So, I've been switching between a Nate Squared Pro holster and a Galco Triton holster. Now, the Nate is my favorite holster for winter, when I'm wearing a couple layers, and the added thickness of the holster doesn't affect how well the gun conceals. But now that it's getting warmer, and I'm wearing my Galco more, I'm realizing how much I hate the clip on it. It just doesn't feel very secure. I love the holster's size and design, but the clip is just awful. What I would like is a clip like the Nate Squared on a holster like the Galco. Does such a thing exist?

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    Thanks!
     
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    Thanks JTQ.
    I might have to check the aholster out. J-clips have always been a favorite of mine. Quick enough to get on, and definitely not going to allow the holster to come out with the gun on a draw (has happened with the Galco).
     
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    The Galco looks like a Blade Tech knock off with a clip, and a poor one at that.

    You might be able to get the Blade Tech loops to work with that, as they are individual loops, and the hole spacing wouldnt be an issue, assuming the hardware fits. You could always drill it if its tight.

    Ive used Blade Tech IWB's for years, mostly with the loops, but a couple with their J hooks. The loops work best, the J hooks work OK too, I just prefer the loops.

    I would think the J hooks that have the bulk of the hook behind the belt would work the best, as the belt is bearing against the attachment as well as the hook. Blade Techs hooks are small, but they dont let the holster come out, if your belt is right. The J hooks with the bulk of the hook in front of the belt, dont look like they'd be as secure, especially if the hook is small. With all that bulk in front of the belt, you might as well just use the loops. They are just as discrete.
     
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