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Old 08-18-2013, 04:01 AM   #1
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Default IWB holster from a Texas company

Okay y'all. Long ago before I first started carrying, I was looking for good IWB holster suggestions on this site. Now my memory seems to have failed me some but I remember someone telling me of a company from Texas that made holsters that were designed almost just like Crossbreed, except they cost about $20 less and their Kydex could have many different designs on it.

Google has failed me. My memory has failed me. Searching this forum has failed me. Someone out there, please help me figure this out cause it is driving me crazy.

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Old 08-18-2013, 04:39 AM   #2
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Never mind. I found the company

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So what is the company's name ??

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Probably bravo concealment I would guess

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Lol oops didnt read it all nvm

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So what is the company's name ??
Whitehat holsters. I bought one a couple years back. Went with them since I could order a different kydex part for different guns for like ten bucks.

Also offered in horsehide. Much better than standard cowhide.

This the the first holster I have been completely satisfied with. Forget I even have it on. Even lots of sitting/standing required to fidgeting or adj.
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Whitehat holsters. I bought one a couple years back. Went with them since I could order a different kydex part for different guns for like ten bucks.

Also offered in horsehide. Much better than standard cowhide.

This the the first holster I have been completely satisfied with. Forget I even have it on. Even lots of sitting/standing required to fidgeting or adj.
Yep. It was difficult to google them without knowing their name.
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I will look into them. Thank you.

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Not sure why it needs to be a texas holster but one of the best buys is Old Faithfull's holster kits. 40 bucks . tension adjustable too.

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Not sure why it needs to be a texas holster but one of the best buys is Old Faithfull's holster kits. 40 bucks . tension adjustable too.
Maybe, just maybe, they would like to spend their money on a Texas company, since they are from Texas...
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