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Old 04-23-2013, 01:37 AM   #11
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Check out old faithful holsters. I really like mine!
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Went to Old Faithful Holster's website. I really like the idea of assembling the holster myself to save a couple bucks. And if its high quality, I see no downside.

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Galco King Tuk (XD40SC) and a Crossbreed Super Tuck (S&W M&P9) both are of similar quality and cost and work well for me.

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For the past 2 years I have used a Milt Sparks Summer II for my Colt Commander. Very comfortable and light weight.

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Went to Old Faithful Holster's website. I really like the idea of assembling the holster myself to save a couple bucks. And if its high quality, I see no downside.
Quality drum dyed leather, thicker than typical kydex and all parts are made in the USA, even the hardware kit. Very well made and decent retention for a hybrid holster and a 30 money back guarantee as well as a 50 tear warranty.

I especially like that the leather and kydex is attached with screws NOT rivets, so you can adjust them as the leather molds and wears to your body and the firearm.

Can't beat it for $50.
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I have a FIST Holster for my Astra A75:

a Don Hume for my CZ100:

a Bianchi for my Browning HiPower:

and my .38 snubby rides in an Alessi:

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Went to Old Faithful Holster's website. I really like the idea of assembling the holster myself to save a couple bucks. And if its high quality, I see no downside.

In case you guys are interested, I went with the Old Faithful. Definitely pleased so far. Been wearing it around the house for the past week or so (no CCW permit yet in Kalifornia!). Extremely comfortable. I barely notice it, even with my gun fully loaded in it.

Thanks for all the advice gents.

Couldn't be happier so far.

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Hi there that is a really nice looking IWB holster! I carry a De saints partner I love it but would like to try some thing new! So I try the one you have or I may try the cross bread bolster IWB.

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I have a gun show Kydex made for my Shield, which works great, and is comfortable as hell. For my Ruger SR9c I have a Don Hume IWB, which I am happy with. I have had it two years with no issues.

Crap, cannot find the pictures of either. Will have to get out the camera and take them again.

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I've been waiting forever ( over 2 months ) for a couple crossbreed holsters to show up ( for Sig p-6 and Ruger SP101 ). I picked up a Shepherd leather IWB tuckable crossbreed clone for my P239, and it also fits my Nano & Shield quite well, surprisingly. I've taken to wearing this holster daily, even when I'm not carrying a gun in it. I always carry a pocket .380, but not always something bigger in the IWB . Good practice, though, just ALWAYS wearing the holster.

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