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Old 04-19-2014, 05:33 AM   #1
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Hey everybody. Just wanting to get some opinions on any IWB holsters. I have a Glock 21 that I'll be carrying and while I know it's a little big I want the capacity. Like I said just wanting to know what works and what doesn't. Thanks
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Old 04-19-2014, 08:51 AM   #2
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I've never carried my 21 IWB but for my 17 and 36 my go-to IWB choice is a Summer Special style holster by Milt Sparks or one of the similar offerings by other quality manufacturers.

Also, don't forget a good quality gun belt. I like The Beltman but there are other makers. Just don't rely on a cheap department store belt.
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I carry my G35 in a N82 pro holster and love it!! These are the only IWB holsters I will buy. They are soooooo comfortable!!!imageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1397931350.031353.jpgimageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1397931366.268685.jpg
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I've got a MCMAP belt that I'll use. It's pretty sturdy. Also I was looking and found blackpointtactical.com and thought some of those holsters looked good. Hey Fathead00. What's the website for those holsters
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MCMAP? As in Marine Corps Martial Arts Program? As in the tan belt you get in Boot Camp?

Sorry killer but none of those belts are sturdy, especially not for the gun you want to conceal.

I have heard good things about the below, although I've never used them:

http://www.thewilderness.com/tactical-belts/original-instructor-belt/
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How do you plan to carry?

You can carry IWB and a long shirt/coat or IWB with a tuckable holster. Not all holsters are tuckable - you have to watch if that is what you want/need.

Here are lots of holsters of all types. There is a link for hybrids - IWB styles.

http://gotnarcosis.com/brucewittmeier/technical/Holsters.html


Some of these are quite expensive...some aren't. The first two are most reasonable then the exotic get expensive. Don't know you range but there are lots of nice belts. You might search for Amish Leather Belts and find some that should work well and are reasonably priced.

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Cross Breed is extremely comfortable.

Alien Gear looks similar, but a lot less expensivel
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Alien Gear looks similar, but a lot less expensivel
Same with Old Faithful.
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Alien gear holsters look like best bang for buck since you can either send in your kydex shell for another or just order more shells for other model handguns that just attach to the leather base. But I'm with fathead on this one, N82 are the most comfortable I've ever wore. However I am really starting to like appendix carry and am searching for a really good/comfortable holster that fits that bill as well


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My alien gear for a bersa ultra compact and beretta 92fs. Sorry for the dark pics.

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