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Millenium Pro IWB options?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by crisco, Sep 24, 2009.

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  1. crisco

    crisco Member

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    I have a third generation Taurus Millenium Pro, there seems to be hardly any IWB holsters made specifically for it.


    People who carry this gun - how are you carrying?


    Holster suggestions?


    Thanks!
    Chris
     
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  2. fattboyzz

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    I have the pt145 mil-pro and CC it alot ...... I mostly carry it in my pocket tho in an old soft leather IWB holster .
    I clip it too my pocket and if I go out in public places I just unclip it an let it slide on down inside the pocket of my overalls ... very sweet lil piece for a compact !
     
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  4. bensdad

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    I have one IWB and one OWB for my MilPro guns (I have three). Both holsters were made by this guy:

    http://www.sideguardholsters.com/

    He does great work. As far as carry goes, I mostly do IWB at appendix. If you're in decent shape (read, no gut) you can get by with it. IF not, then anywhere from 3-5 O'clock seems popular.
     
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    Supertuck (my favorite, and what I pack in ... CrossBreed makes other good stuff, too, I have an Ohai, a belt, and a mag carrier)
    Kholster - I hear good things, they look comfortable, but that's a LOT of leather sweatshield ... do they expect the user to trim?
    MTAC Comp-Tac has Taurus molds, but not the PT111 specifically ... might be worth calling and asking.

    The hybrid holsters are really good at concealing a wider pistol like the pt111, because the clips are off to either side. That design spreads the weight better, and doesn't add bulk to the already fat gun.

    Don't forget a serious gunbelt ... Beltman and CrossBreed both make good ones, I have one of each ... the Beltman is a better product, but the Crossbreed might be a better value, as it is almost as good, and cheaper.
    With a serious gunbelt, a good holster, comfortable pants, an un-tucked camp shirt, and an undershirt - you can carry all day comfortably with good concealment.
     
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    It is the galco soft IWB for the XD

    Carries wonderfully
     
  7. crisco

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    Will look into the suggestions.



    I should have been more specific about myself -

    I'm 6' tall and weigh about a buck forty, and I like carrying IWB around 4pm. Apendix has never seemed to work for me. Pocket works great for my keltec but I couldn't pocket carry the MilPro for anything :D
     
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    I am 6'2 and 190 pounds

    I carry 2 and 4 and crossdraw
     
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    My first holster for carry was the Galco rig that NMGonzo has. I used it (floppin' around on my belt) for about a week. Never goin' back. Once I used a holster with some rigid construction, I knew I'd never have a "soft" rig again.
     
  10. crisco

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    I looked at the way the belt clip works and thought it'd be floppy feeling - thanks for the confirmation.

    Didn't mention, but tuckable would be a great bonus as well....
     
  11. DasFriek

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    I use a Kholster when i need a shirt tucked,but usually i carry in a Galco stow-n-go that i modified with a new clip so it has cant added.
     
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