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Holster for a Glock

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by 3leggeddog, Mar 6, 2010.

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  1. 3leggeddog

    3leggeddog Member

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    What would be a GOOD IWB holster for the Glock 26 or 19 ??
    Im 5foot 8" , 160 lbs...... It needs to hide good... Used with a leather[2] loop snap would be great!
    Thanks for all replies
     
  2. devildog4329

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    Cross breed super tuck. I just ordered mine today and everyone i have talked to says they are great.
    I also hear good things about millet sparks but i have never used one and they have a long wait time.
     
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    ^^^^What he said. I'm 5'10" 175lbs. Bigger guys use different holsters well, but I borrowed my friend's Crossbreed and I'm sold. Most comfortable and IWB I've ever used. I can sit, stand, rrun, work or whatever without fear of printing. That's no easy feat for a guy who doesn't have a big waist. Great for the summertime. I carry a Kimber Pro CDP II in it just fine. Every bit as comfortable as my old favorite:

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    That gets my vote for owb holsters.

    http://www.mernickleholsters.com/ps/ps6r1/ps6r1.html

    I even got a follow up email from Mernickle to make sure my holster fit properly to my liking! I hear Crossbreed has similar stellar customer service.
     
  4. Deanimator

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    I've got Don Hume 715M IWBs for all of my carry guns except my 2" S&W Model 36.

    They're well made and reasonably priced. It's about the best "starter" holster to try out IWB that I've seen.
     
  5. Water-Man

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    Raven Concealment Systems Holsters
     
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    Raven for sure!
     
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    i use blade tech, and have for years, and i highly recomend them, however there are many great options out there. Raven Concealment is really nice, comfortable, concealable, and modular/ adaptable to any carry configuration.

    the c tac mtac is another good one.
     
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    Comp-Tac C-tac/MTAC.
     
  9. zignal_zero

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    well, there's probably a few who'll chime in and say how dangerous this is, but THIS is what i used (when i used to carry a Glock)

    Clipdraw

    in fact, a friend asked me to build him a holster for his Glock 23. i told him i would if he really wanted, but i'd recommend a clipdraw.
     
  10. FMF

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    Second the Crossbreed Supertuck. I received my Supertuck for my Glock 21 last month and love it. It is absolutely hidden in just about everything I wear. The price is right, the service is above reproach and the quality is top notch.
     
  11. KONY

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    Seriously, give the Glock Combat Holster a try. It's cheap but it WORKS! :cool:
     
  12. Sapper771

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    I use a Galco Royal Guard IWB and a Bladetech NANO IWB. I like them, prob not the best , but they work. Heard a lot of good stuff about the crossbreed super tucks, but I have never tried them.
     
  13. REAPER4206969

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    That's true...
     
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