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Low-ride holsters

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by cguedr, Jun 25, 2010.

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  1. cguedr

    cguedr Member

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    I need a holster for a Government 1911 and a Sig P220R. These won't be used for concealed carry, mostly just for range or in the woods. I don't competitively shoot or anything, so I don't need one that costs a fortune, but all of the Fobus and Blackhawk holsters look to be high-riding, and with guns this heavy, I don't want something so high riding, and would really rather something with a lower ride. Any suggestions?
     
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  3. cguedr

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    If I were to go with the Bianchi, would I be better off just getting an Uncle Mike's hip holster.
     
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    I carry my XD Tactical around the woods and on the ATV, etc in an Uncle Mike's hip holster, and it does just fine...not a lot of money either!!
     
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    For open carry that's not superfirm and cheap you really can't go wrong with an Uncle Mike's.
     
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