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Old 06-29-2012, 06:14 AM   #1
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I am looking for a new holster for my M&P 40 Compact. I currently daily carry my M&P in a cheap Desantis nylon IWB holster. For the ~$20 I paid for the holster it serves it function well. However I would like to upgrade to a new holster that distributes weight better and is more comfortable to wear on a daily basis.

After doing some browsing online and talking with different people I have become interested in a comfortable holster, and it would be nice if it were tuckable as well. This has brought my attention to the Galco KingTuk. Has anybody used this holster? Any complaints? Pros? Cons? Or are their any better holsters out their?

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Old 06-29-2012, 02:11 PM   #2
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I like the n82 tactical holsters very comfortable..
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Old 06-29-2012, 02:24 PM   #3
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They are supposed to be pretty good. Have you checked out crossbreed? Personally I recently switched to serpa holsters and love them. Not the most concealable things though.
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I have a crossbreed for my M&P9C and it does very well, some days I forget that I'm carrying.
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I have a Crossbreed and a Tommy Theis, and I have to say they're both the most comfortable IWB I've ever worn. Horsehide on the CB and black leather on the TT no difference in comfort or fit
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I have Galco King Tuks for all my carry guns (and I have quite a few ). They are the most comfortable holsters I have ever owned.
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Go with the Tommy Theise, more bang for your buck!

If you sweat get it in horsehide, if you want to save your expensive carry belt, get the poly J-clips.

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