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IWB holster for Glock 22

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by 1Longbow, Feb 4, 2013.

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  1. 1Longbow

    1Longbow Member

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    Anyone using a IWB holster for a Glock model 22 4th generation. I know its a big gun ,but curious as to those who do ,what is the most comfortable. Thank you
     
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    Crossbreed Supertuck is the first one that comes to mind. I carry a g30 in one as my primary.
     
  3. joecil

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    I don't own a Glock but carry an RIA/Armscor 1911 CS in one all day long. Very comfortable holster and man have I had a bunch. I could open a shop just selling old used holsters if I still had them all.
     
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    I'm not a Glock user, but kydex always seems like a good match for the Glocks. Kydex is lightweight and weather resistant just like your Glock. Glocks have a very durable finish and with the Tennifer treatment you don't need to worry much about the finish wear kydex puts on finishes.

    My first recommendation is always Raven Concealment Phantom. It can be worn IWB or OWB, so if you determine you just don't like IWB, you still have a perfectly good OWB holster.

    http://www.ravenconcealment.com

    I'm not a fan of the Crossbreed style. It's just too much materiel for my liking. I prefer designs closer to the Sparks Summer Special, but in kydex.

    Other good options are

    Comp-Tac http://www.comp-tac.com/product_info.php?products_id=68

    Blade-Tech http://www.blade-tech.com/Inside-the-Waistband-IDPA-APPROVED-pr-820.html

    Garrett http://garrettindustries.mybigcommerce.com/concealed-carry-iwb-and-owb/

    Talon Tactical http://www.talontactical.com/index....n=com_virtuemart&Itemid=64&vmcchk=1&Itemid=64

    Aholster http://www.lefthandholster.com/IWB_Holsters.php
     
  5. Inebriated

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    I carry a G21 in a Nate Squared Professional holster. Also carry a 19 in a Galco Matrix, and would have no problems carrying a 17 in it.

    Just my $0.02.
     
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    I carry a 19 and occasionally a 34. I like the Comp-Tac.
     
  7. Loc n Load

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    Glock IWB

    Have carried Glock's daily since they were introduced.....carry a G-20 in a blade tech IWB and a Raven OWB.....use the same combo sized for the G17/22....good rigs....
     
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    I use a simple Blackhawk holster I got from Walmart. It has a magazine pouch I do not use. I carry a Ruger P95. The loaded gun it's self is all I can carry comfortably. It is also handy for winter gear. You can just shove your gun in a coat pocket using the belt clip to prevent the gun from falling out of your pocket. OC is legal here in NC. Most of the time I am going into the woods when I carry a duty sized pistol in my pocket.
     
  9. g_one

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    IMHO there are two options for IWB carry, leather and kydex. In my experience, if you want Kydex go with Raven Concealment and if you want leather, go with High Noon. You can't go wrong with either. I've found that personally I prefer Kydex for IWB and leather for OWB
     
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