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Which holster for a Sig 220?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Steve Smith, Dec 23, 2002.

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  1. Steve Smith

    Steve Smith Moderator Emeritus

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    IWB please. I am open to Kydex, but it had better be comfortable. I've been using a Mark Decoveny custom leather one for a 1911 for years. Which one, guys and girls?
     
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    I've got a Blade-Tech UCH for my P226. It's very well made and pretty comfortable.

    Adam
     
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    i'm very partial to a milt sparks summer special2, i never found kydex all that comfortable and didn't like how it stripped the finish off my guns. i understand convelex is much easier on the finish but have not tried it.
     
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    Mitch Rosen has a superb IWB holster called the ARG -DL,which
    is probably one of the best out there. It's spendy though, at about $150.00 .. :)
     
  6. Steve Smith

    Steve Smith Moderator Emeritus

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    After the Mitch Rosen post...

    I feel compelled to say that I'm not interested in pretty. A Sparks holster that performs just as good or better than a Rosen holster, but costs $50 less, is fine by me. FWIW, this gun has virtually NO finish on the slide anyway.
     
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    Your right,Mitch's prices can be a little shocking to thee old credit card..;)
     
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    Check out the 'Down Under' by High Noon Holsters. Turn around time is quick, they make great products and a lot of SIG folks rave about 'em. I use their products exclusively now, as they work very well. And the price is reasonable.
     
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    Don Hume leather is quality stuff; inexpensive too!
     
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    I would go with a Versa Max 2. I carry a full size gov't 1911 comfortably with it. The only problem is waiting for it: however it is worth the wait. Here's a link.
     
  12. Steve Smith

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    I have a few Don Humes...they're good for the money.

    I was eyeballing that Milt Sparks VM2 as you were typing that post. I love the way it looks.
     
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    I'm partial to Sparks, personally use the Executive Companion for the 1911.
     
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    BBW Bianchi 19L. Got it back in '87 for "office work" and it still works.
     
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