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thin appendix iwb tuckable glock 26

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by camsdaddy, Apr 25, 2009.

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  1. camsdaddy

    camsdaddy Member

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    I have a 26 I have found that I can carry it comfortably appendix carry mexican. However when I add a hoslter it buldges and is uncomfortable. I am wondering if yall can help me with the thinest holster you know of would also prefer tuckable and offset clip. I figure the offset will reduce thickness.
     
  2. The Lone Haranguer

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    High Noon Hidden Ally

    The clip adds very little thickness and I see no particular need for it to be offset. This is also a soft holster and is difficult to reholster quickly, but it is thin. The Hidden Impact and Alter Ego allow reholstering but are a little thicker.
     
  3. Dave P

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    I make (for myself) simple kydex holsters. Just wrap a warm sheet around your pistol and trig guard. Double layer is fine. Trim edges to fit. Kydex will wear the finish.

    Re-warm as required to get it to work the way you want. Then attach a steel knife clip using Plastic Weld epoxy. Has worked fine for years! Super thin. Maybe I can dig up a photo.

    But I just had my appendix removed - so what do I can that carry position now???
     
  4. camsdaddy

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    Currently carrying in a hidden alli. I dont know I am sure its just because its a new way to carry I am over thinking it. I am considering expiermenting with some kydex just havent gotten around to it or worked up the confidence.
     
  5. Mr. S

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