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Recommend a retention holster please

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Lightsped, Jul 6, 2011.

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  1. Lightsped

    Lightsped Member

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    I'd like to buy a simple, affordable retention holster that would fit Glocks. Something plastic is fine. Price should be reasonable and holster should work well. What manufacturer builds such a unit?
     
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    I'd look into a NTAC holster. just got one for my Glock 19. Ran about $65 but the retention is nice and secure with a good design, very comfortable. You can get different clips for the holster so it goes owb or iwb. havent tried iwb yet, but will probably get them down the road. a review from the place i bought it from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKV0Q3yYuRU
     
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    I'd go with a Serpa for OWB retention. It's very simple to draw and reholster. No thumb break or anything to mess with.
     
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    I would first ask what type of usage the holster is for. Open carry duty, outdoors. or concealed.
     
  8. Frozen North

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    I would look into the Blackhawk SERPA. They are very ergonomic and easy to draw from, but not totally idiot proof. Put one on your belt and try one, they seem to be either love or hate with most shooters.

    NO GOOD FOR CCW... they stick out quite a bit.
     
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    They work for me. I was told (and will find out in about an hr.) that the Serpa made for the glock 21 will work for my new CZ SP01 Phantom. I like these holsters a lot, but no, they aren't good for CCW.
     
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    I conceal my GLOCK 20 in a Serpa with the paddle attachment. I'm a big guy though, so I guess that helps.
     
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