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Old 11-21-2009, 10:55 PM   #1
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I just bought a ruger p95 and was wondering if anyone can suggest a good ccw holster. thanks

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Old 11-21-2009, 11:51 PM   #2
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The most comfortable OWB holster I have is a Horseshoe Leather Covert 28. FBI cant, high ride and easy to hide. You can wear this holster all day and it's even comfortable while driving.



Horseshoe Leather Covert 28

When I want to carry IWB my go-to holster is a Galco Royal Guard. With a little heaver clothing it can swallow up my 1911 Government. Even with the 460 Rowland 5.5" barrel!



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I absolutely love my Cross Breed Super Tuck in horsehide. I highly recommend it. If you do a search for that holster on this site you will find many posts praising how comfortable it is to wear. I wore mine on a 7 hour drive from Kentucky to NC and not once did it get uncomfortable. The best feature is (in my opinion) is the ability to tuck your shirt in over your weapon as it is an IWB holster.

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I absolutely love my Cross Breed Super Tuck in horsehide. I highly recommend it. If you do a search for that holster on this site you will find many posts praising how comfortable it is to wear. I wore mine on a 7 hour drive from Kentucky to NC and not once did it get uncomfortable. The best feature is (in my opinion) is the ability to tuck your shirt in over your weapon as it is an IWB holster.
^^^^X2. Didn't get the horse tho, just regular ol cowhide. Most comfortable IWB Ive worn! I carry a full size 1911---Gate
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I absolutely love my Cross Breed Super Tuck in horsehide. I highly recommend it. If you do a search for that holster on this site you will find many posts praising how comfortable it is to wear. I wore mine on a 7 hour drive from Kentucky to NC and not once did it get uncomfortable. The best feature is (in my opinion) is the ability to tuck your shirt in over your weapon as it is an IWB holster.
I second this. I have the same holster in horse hide for my Kimber. Sitting, standing, walking, whatever, it's comfortable all day. Driving for hours is not a problem at all and your weapon is still accessable.
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You do have a point Flint Lock.

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Says it all. The only bad thing is the wait. 4-6 months. I was lucky, and found mine on Gunbroker.com. Guy had to sell his XD and for got that he purchased his VM2 back in June. Posted it last monday bought it on Tuesday. NOW I have to get one for my Sig. If you are luck you can also find them on eBay.

I was using Galco's Summer Comfort IWB holster until I got my VM2. Now that is a holster
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