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Highnoon Down Under or Comptac Minotaur MTAC

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Carter, Aug 1, 2010.

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Which holster?

  1. Highnoon Down Under with straps

    2 vote(s)
    15.4%
  2. Comptac Minotaur MTAC

    7 vote(s)
    53.8%
  3. Other-Please specify

    4 vote(s)
    30.8%
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  1. Carter

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    I recently bought a Ruger SR9c for concealed carry and am looking for a holster that would spread out the weight and make reholstering easier. I currently have a N82 holster that is somewhat comfortable but is still lacking. The two holsters that have caught my eye are the Down Under and the Minotaur MTAC. Which one would you guys recommend?

    I also need a good gun belt. Any suggestions?
     
  2. Mags

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    I went with the High Noon Split Decision. It is extremely comfortable with a good belt. It stays put and comes off easy if needed.
     
  3. viking499

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    I don't have a SR9, but my carry piece uses a MTAC.
     
  4. Quoheleth

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    I bought a High Noon SD and don't care for it. The muzzle of the gun is digging into my hip - I sit most of the day. I'm planning on purchasing a Crossbreed Supertuck in the next day or two. I thought of trying a Kohlster - it's $20 cheaper - but I think the ST has a better look.

    Q
     
  5. ohwell

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    I Just got the Mtac for my SR9C and it Feels great so far. I barely know i have it on.
     
  6. Slidelock Satch

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    I have owned alot of pricey holsters (Sparks, Kramer, etc) and the MTAC seems to be the best for compfort and price point for my Glock G19/17.

    I have not owned a high noon holster - yet!
     
  7. ForumSurfer

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    Same here. I have some really expensive custom leather...and it is a real shame that they all get left in the "holster drawer" because of a $25 high noon faux leather holster. The one you mentioned isn't faux leather, it's one of their nicer holsters. FWIW, I have a split decison or bare asset (or both) for each gun that I carry.

    My only complaint has been that I once snagged the clip on my door jamb jumping into my truck. Any plastic or metal clip would have bent or broke, though. I jumped in really hard trying to avoid the rather large black snake I noticed at the last second. Seems he liked the shade my truck was providing in the middle of a field where I target practice. I didn't notice big fella till I was stepping on him in flip flops. :what:

    I haven’t tried the down under, but the next holster I buy will have leather straps. The metal or plastic clips on holsters I’ve tried print when I wear a light t-shirt. Not enough to bother me, mind you…I just want to try one with leather straps for belt loops.

    I'd recommend trying one on in person similar to each of those if your local shops have something similar in stock.
     
  8. Carter

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    I ended up buying a Crossbreed Supertuck. I didn't find anything bad about it, except that its ugly, but I like the way it looks. And since its going to stay IWB looks can shove off.

    The N82 holster has become easier to reholster with if I wear it up front. But its so long that if I'm walking a lot my leg gets worn raw wear it joins my torso. (Sigh) Should be only another two or so weeks for the crossbreed though.
     
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