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Do you use an in the waist band holster or a belt hosted? Kydex or leather? Any particular brand? I ...


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Old 11-30-2012, 09:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Do you use an in the waist band holster or a belt hosted? Kydex or leather? Any particular brand? I have two Raven holsters, two High Noon holster plus one Alessi holster. I like all of them.
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Old 11-30-2012, 09:58 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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I use an iwb hybrid.
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It all depends on the clothing and what I am doing. On my Harley I carry tupperware ( glock 27) in crossbreed and pocket holster by action direct for mouse. For church or other well dressed times mouse in pocket and Kimber in Highnoon on hip.
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Im with him.....Its hot all hell in florida.... I try to keep it pretty much the same
I never leave the house with ar least 2 funs if not more. Best thing to do is go to a local gun show and bring your gun in and im sure you will find one u like.....G19
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I'm looking at the IWB Crossbread.
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Big ugly. works well and is comfortable after it is trimmed.Great people to deal with.
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High Noon Down Under with straps on a High Noon Rock Steady gun belt. Sidearm is CZ 75 SP-01 Phantom, which disappears under a loose t-shirt with this setup, even in hot Arizona summers.
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Originally Posted by armoredman View Post


High Noon Down Under with straps on a High Noon Rock Steady gun belt. Sidearm is CZ 75 SP-01 Phantom, which disappears under a loose t-shirt with this setup, even in hot Arizona summers.


Nice holster, where did you get it from I'm looking for one for my XDs?
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Here ya go. http://www.highnoonholsters.com/Prod...ps_black_.html
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Best rig I've ever used, and get the belt, too. You can see how the pants material is stretched down by my thumb...but the belt doesn't twitch. Wearing that exact same rig as I type this. I'ts VERY comfortable.
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