Originally Posted by GoBlue
With the exception of the 9mm and my S&W 686, I've always bought 1911s (not compact) and they all work with all the holsters I have. Upgrading to a completely different frame means that I'll have to get a new Shoulder Holster, Belt Holster, and IWB holster as I carry with all these types depending on the situation.
I never buy cheap holsters or gun belts either, so that means that when I get the new gun it comes with an additional $600 in gear cost. It is what it is, but it does make me more hesitant to buy. Anyone else feel the same way?
Let's see. My last purchase was a Kimber Super Carry. Gun cost $1,500. New holster would be less than $100 per. - - No, I don't let the holster dictate the gun.
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