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Holster help needed!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by iblong, Jun 23, 2010.

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  1. iblong

    iblong Member

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    Like a lot of you guys I have a drawer full of holsters.
    I deceided to put away my 1911 Colt for the summer so I picked up a glock 26 to sweat on.Since its a blocky little thing im looking for a thin(IWB)holster for 3:00 to 4:00 carry.
    Something thin with a least 15 degree cant that sits low to the belt.A high ride will not work for me 5'7" 175lbs.
    Leather or kydex is fine as long as its not bulky.
    If Im not sleeping Im carring.I prefer to stay away from the com tacs and Kholster types.Just to make it more difficult I need something soon,I can order a custom latter.If any of you are carring a 26 Id like your in put.
    Thanks,Bob.
    PS.I will dought I'll pocket carry it as Im a jeans & T shirt
    type and it is a little brick of a thing.
     
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    The Galco Skyops holster is very thin and, among the Glock IWB holsters I own, it's the one I turn to most often.
     
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    Yeah I went with a FIST #1AK for my 27, it is great. Really light and thin, and I like the positive engagement between gun and holster.
     
  5. Old Fuff

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    In that case if you are going to IWB, start by buying a pair of jeans one size larger then usual, and get a good belt to help support the weight.
     
  6. The Lone Haranguer

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    IWB holsters from High Noon

    Anything that is a stocking item will be shipped right away. The Bare Asset is the least expensive and the thinnest, but does not permit easy reholstering as it is made of soft leather.
     
  7. oldrevolverguy

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    I use a Bladetech IWB univesal for all of my 9mm Glocks. It works wonderfully.
     
  8. iblong

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    Thanks,everyone Ill check these out.
    Old Fuff,I agree my comfort level doubled when I bought a serious gun belt
    and went up a size in pants.
    Bob.
     
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    if you're looking for economy....
    I just bought a Don Hume 715 from Shooters Alley
    It fits my SP101 perfectly and arrived 2 days after I ordered it.
    fwiw
     
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    blade tech makes good stuff, and i have one, i also have a crossbreed and it is way more comfortable than any other holster that i have ever had. raven concealment also makes really good, thin and very durable holsters as well that are totally modular.
     
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    A good Belt and a good IWB Leather Holster with Sweat Shield.

    Try c5 Leather
    BigJim Kansas City, KS

    c5 Leather is excellent at workmanship and pride in Craftsmanship!
     
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    Virtually all my IWB holsters are FIST 1A Hybrids. Kydex interior with a leather exterior :D
     
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