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Old 04-22-2013, 01:19 AM   #1
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Default Which IWB holster do you use?

I was at my local gun store, looking at a Galco King Tuk for my S&W M&P9c. I like that style of holster, that distributes the load over a wider area. But when I put my gun in the holster I immediately found something I didn't like. When holstering the gun, the kydex part actually pushes the slide back about about an eighth of an inch. I'm sure this is a great holster but I just didn't like that issue. So my question is: what IWB holster do you guys use that is in the same style as the Galco King Tuk?
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Old 04-22-2013, 01:41 AM   #2
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Look at crossbreed holsters supertuck. It is the same style as the galco. I use a remora for IWB and like it a lot.
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I carry my G35 in a N82 pro tactical IWB! It is the most comfortable holster. I will never buy any other holster.


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Tagged to follow along, interested in one for my Glock 20
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I carry my G35 in a N82 pro tactical IWB! It is the most comfortable holster. I will never buy any other holster.
They do look comfortable but the part I don't like is the clip being on the fat part of the holster. I like the Galco King Tuk because it has two clips, one on each side of the kydex.
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+1 for the Crossbreed Supertuck. I carry my XDm compact in this, can't get more comfortable.

When the XDs 9mm is available, that will be my EDC, and I'm going to try a Remora with that.
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They do look comfortable but the part I don't like is the clip being on the fat part of the holster. I like the Galco King Tuk because it has two clips, one on each side of the kydex.
I haven't had one problem with the one clip. The way it is constructed the force of your body holds it in place, so no movement on the holster. My friend tried it and loved it, but didn't want to pay the $70 price tag. So, he bought the King Tuk and said it was 30% less comfortable than the N82.
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Thanks for the responses guys. I've been looking at the Skeleton by PHLster Concealment. I know its different than the type I started this thread about, but I really like the minimalist look of it.

Does anyone have any experience with these?
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Check out old faithful holsters. I really like mine!
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