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Old 02-07-2012, 07:09 PM   #1
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Default Glock 30sf SOB carry

Hey gents I've been going crazy looking for a good small of back concealed holster for my Glock 30sf I have one but the holster has no retention strap and I am constantly afraid that its going to fall out of the holster. Any suggestions? I've checked a ton of websites like cheaper than dirt bravo company black hawk etc any suggestions?


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Old 02-07-2012, 07:15 PM   #2
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Did you look on midwayusa? They have an option to search by handgun model.

(LOL @ "SOB", i wondered)


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Havent heard too many people who carry SOB. Its pretty comfy actually, i tried it without a holster with my G23 but, it seems for me it would cause problems if i needed to draw in a pressure situation. I guess if i really practiced it could work.
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You might want to reconsider SOB if you do alot of driving, it's very uncomfortable.
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Im confused, SOB is what my ex wife calls me.
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You might want to reconsider SOB if you do alot of driving, it's very uncomfortable.
I agree with that, its not to bad if the commute is short. I just dont like my gun that far behind me
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Help us idiots out, what is "sob" carry? And, Uncle Mikes makes the inside the pants felt with the clip over in the size for your Glock. I own that holster for 4 different guns. One of which is my Glock 22. They work great.
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Help us idiots out, what is "sob" carry? And, Uncle Mikes makes the inside the pants felt with the clip over in the size for your Glock. I own that holster for 4 different guns. One of which is my Glock 22. They work great.
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I was right. I am an idiot! Thanks for the answer.
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Its not good to put that pressure on your lower spine. In addition, drawing from your lower back puts you in position for someone easily putting your arm into an instant elbow lock/arm lock. Also of you get slammed on your back...ouch!


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