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Need help finding IWB holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Flfiremedic, Sep 27, 2013.

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  1. Flfiremedic

    Flfiremedic Member

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    I am looking for an IWB with the following:
    Pull dot snaps on each side like the Broomeland and Sparks Versamax
    -weapon pulled in tight25 degree forward cantLow riding like the Kelly model
    -as low as possible but able to get full grip.
    -Reinforced mouth for reholsteringLeather holster.Any recommendations would be great. This will be for a full time 3 O'clock carry of my P229.
     
  2. RedAlert

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    I'm not aware of a holster that meets all your needs. The hybrid holsters with leather base and kydex outer shell conceal well and several on the market have multiple belt attachment devices.

    I have a Theis Holster for my P229 and P239 and enjoy them both.

    Good luck on finding just the right holster.
     
  3. tomrkba

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    Only the Milt Sparks Versa Max 2! Just buy it.

    If you want more forward cant, remove the rear strap. Replace it with a single point strap attached to the bottom post. This creates lots of forward cant.

    Buy a strap here:
    http://www.knifekits.com/vcom/index.php?cPath=41_56_412

    Nothing matches on this VM2. The matching loops are for 1.25" belts and the dark one is 1.5", which is the standard I went to. This particular VM2 is twelve or thirteen years old.

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    The black doughnut on the top post at the rear is a nylon washer from Home Depot.
     
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  4. Flfiremedic

    Flfiremedic Member

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    I never thought of doing that! Definitely food for thought....thanks.
     
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