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iwb holster suggestions for xd-9?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by mrming, Jan 7, 2004.

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  1. mrming

    mrming Member

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    Anyone found a workable iwb holster for a SA Xd-9 yet? Thought my medium frame uncle mikes holster was going to work, but its too tight to be able to draw. Fobus has one or two but nothing close to a iwb.

    So, any suggestions or thoughts?
     
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    Thanks guys, I'm loving the suggestions so far!
     
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    I use FIST kydex holsters, the k1 model with both my xd fullsize and my xd compact. I have carried the compact for almost a year in a k1 holster, and the fullsize for 3 weeks. THe k1s are awesome for comfort, are extremely thin kydex, with a very fast draw, and very secure retention of the gun. Check them out at http://www.gunners-alley.com
     
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    As long as you don't mind waiting 6 months (and counting), that is.

    mrming, gunners alley set me up with a Hume FIST#20 for my XD sub. Rides great, looks great. http://www.holsterz.com/product/FIST20ADJUSTABLE

    Edited to add; The customer service at gunners alley is absolutely top notch.



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    Thanks guys, I've got a don hume on order. It looks to be exactly what I'm after
     
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    I would recommend the Milt Sparks Versa-Max II. I like the flexibility of leather for an IWB holster, and the placement of the belt loops away from the actual holster itself makes for better concealibility, IMHO. So, I have three at present, and plan to buy more. They're not cheap, but when they're broken in, I haven't found anything better for IWB.

    FWIW,

    emc
     
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