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Klydex CCW holster question (help)

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Blacklabman, Sep 17, 2006.

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  1. Blacklabman

    Blacklabman Member

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    I am now wanting a CCW holster besides leather.
    I love leather and Versa Max II, but GA in the summertime it isnt the best thing.
    I have a G26 and am looking for a IWB holster that can be worn with jeans/pants(shirt tucked or untucked) but also on the weekends wearing shorts.
    My favorite shorts are the cargo type with no belt/no belt loops.
    I use a Comp-Tac Locking Paddle is USPSA and IDPA so I thought of them first for one of their IWB holsters.

    I would like to hear your suggestions.
    Thank-you
     
  2. Newguy1

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    I have been using a Comp-Tac C-TAC for about 3-4 weeks now. I started CCWing (years ago) with a SIG P228 and a Mitch Rosen ARG (which was a pretty good rig, but the SIG was too fat for me). I have really liked the C-TAC but it took me several days to figure out where it fits best... sometimes it was well hidden but not comfortable, or it was comfortable but printed like crazy. I finally found the right set up and it is great!
     
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    I have been happy with my Blade-Tech IWB holster.
     
  4. lance22

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    If you specifically mean tuckable, BearClaw Holsters has a tuckable kydex (not on his website).
    http://www.bearclawholsters.com

    You also mentioned that you don't wear a belt so maybe pocket carry is something you are interested in? Not sure if the G26 is a pocket gun but ...
    I've also known people who wear a Kel-Tek P3-AT in some sort of 'around the neck' set up it's sort of like a necklace worn under the shirt. The only other option that I can think of with the beltless style of dress you describe is mexican carry, in which case the holster discussion is moot.

    Also consider http:///www.hillsmanholster as another top quality maker of custom kydex.
     
  5. Mac Attack

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    I live in Georgia and use VMII's holsters with nearly all of my CCW. I have never had a problem with them. What sort of problem are you having with VMII's or leather holsters?

    Mac
     
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    One thing you really want to consider is dressing around your gun and your holster.

    You say you like to not wear a belt...ok, get yourself a Kel-Tec and move on.

    Anything heavier than that should really be done with a belt, even if its pocket carry. Even my 642 in my pocket pulls down the front of my pants just a little bit.
     
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