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Old 05-14-2012, 09:41 PM
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After years of pocket carry I have finally decided to go back to holster carry at least in the cooler months. Im a big guy and years ago the holsters I did try were uncomfortable and a general PITA esp in a seated position like my truck. I need something that is easy to put on and take off and easy to conceal/small. I really dont like the "paddle type" and my tactical instructor told me he really likes Bladetech holsters due to their small size and durability

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It depends on what you are carrying. No problem with a Sig P226 with this cc holster, sitting in the car isn't that great, however it's a full size auto.

http://www.comp-tac.com/product_info.php?products_id=95

If you're cc'ing something smaller it would be better still, I like them.
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I have a Hedley right front pocket holster for my .32 Seecamp. But to answer your question, readers need to know what you plan on carrying.
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glock 22/23
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I carry a G23 in the Galco N3 and really like it. Its not the easiest to remove as the belt feeds thru the loop so might not be ideal for what you want.

The Summer Comfort is nice, has snaps for the loop but doesnt have any backing behind the slide like the N3.
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Raven Phanton Concealment holster /thread
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Glock 19 in a Galco Summer comfort
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Sure you don't wanna try the fit of a Fobus roto holster?
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i use WHITE HAT HOLSTERS, or CROSSBREED HOLSTERS.
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Cant stand the paddle style holsters as they seem to carry the gun far away from the body. Maybe if I was wearing a jacket id considering wearing one. My favorites so far are the Crossbred style holsters or a cheap IWB nylon IWB if im carrying a lighter gun.
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Cc glock 23 in a Cross Breed holster IWB. Don't let unconventional look throw you... They rock. Well worth it. I promise it won't end up in the "holster box".... What? You don't have a holster box?? You will!
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I use a simple Blackhawk pocket holster for my Kahr CM9 and IWB or pancake for my 1911s and Glocks. Just depends on what dress the weather permits.
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I use a Glock plastic holster and a Fobus SP11B for my Glock 22,23 and 27. The Glock plastic does keep it closer to the body.
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i use a simple blackhawk pocket holster for my kahr cm9 and iwb or pancake for my 1911s and glocks. Just depends on what dress the weather permits.
or what pumps your wearing with your dress
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or what pumps your wearing with your dress
HAhahahahaha!!!! Not the "dress" I was referring to!
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All I can say is Crossbreed all the way. I drive for work and have worn mine multiple times for a 15+ hour day with 6-8 hours worth of driving time and no discomfort whatsoever. I do have a paddle style holster for the winter when I am wearing a jacket.
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Remora Holsters makes a holster for a lot of different guns. I recommend that you check them out. I carry my Glock 19 in a Remora IWB holster and it is very comfortable and concealable. Works great in the hot and cool months.
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I carry my G26 or G17 in a Comptac Minotaur Mtac IWB holster. It helps if you use a good belt as well. Wilderness belts are top notch and I allways wear one. I normally carry in a 4 o clock position on my strong side. On my weak side I carry 3 mags and my mag carriers are Comptac as well. Nothing beats good quality USA products. Comptac FTW!
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I might add that I dont like IWB carry...very uncomfortable

Looking for OWB
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Seriously... Get a raven...





They sit very tight to the body and have a ton of retention.
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