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Old 02-08-2013, 01:55 PM   #11
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I bought one for my SR9C from the Holster Store. Simple leather IWB but I can barely tell I am carrying the gun it is so comfortable. Not sure how much of that is the gun and how much is the holster but I love it.

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Went ahead and bought the mold your own kit from Old Faithful. They didn't have a match for my gun. Plus, I think it'll be kind of fun to do the molding myself. Thanks everyone for your input.

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Went ahead and bought the mold your own kit from Old Faithful. They didn't have a match for my gun. Plus, I think it'll be kind of fun to do the molding myself. Thanks everyone for your input.
Awesome. I think you'll be glad you went that way. Take your time and watch the videos on YouTube. Heed the warning re: not using too think a cardboard or plywood when making the cutout for your pistol. The best part is the kydex is pretty forgiving. If you are not happy with the shape you can reheat it and try again as long as you haven't cut it.
Let us know how it turns out.
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Add another vote to Old Faithful. I am ordering one for my P250 for outdoor and daily carry. If you want a pocket carry or something for leisure outfits I highly recommend Remora no clip holsters. Mine is on the way in size 6 RFT/ART and I have heard nothing but awesome things.

Think about it this way...

Crossbreed- $75-80

Remora- $35
Old Faithful Stage 3 kit- $40

So you can get two extremely nice holsters of varying types for the price of one gaudy looking crossbreed. Seriously though, check out Old Faithful!!!

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Have you tried Crossbreed?
If you haven't, don't think twice; spend the money and enjoy.
Check out this site, you may be able to find one used for a great price.

http://crossbreedseconds.com/
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I was impressed with the crossbreed but truthfully, there were a few things I disliked. One was the fact that since they rivet the kydex to the leather you can't tighten down the kydex as the leather stretches. The second was the fancy clips, nice, but I don't think it was worth the extra $$. And for less than $50 delivered the old faithful was well the costs.

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For me I like something very light and small just posted this on another thread TAGUA IWB leather holster I love it



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Subscribed. Looking for something to comfortably carry a large auto iwb every day. The one I have now I have problems with the whole holster sliding out. There any holster out there that actually has belt loops on the clip so it doesn't slide up? Maybe a thumb break also

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Subscribed. Looking for something to comfortably carry a large auto iwb every day. The one I have now I have problems with the whole holster sliding out. There any holster out there that actually has belt loops on the clip so it doesn't slide up? Maybe a thumb break also
The N82 pro tactical I use to carry my G35 never moves. The G35 is the same size as a 1911 or a little bigger. Take a look at there web site to see if they have one for you. It's very comfortable.
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Has anyone tried the Foxx holster for SOB carry? This seems to be a good spot for me, and the holster seems impressive online. Any real world opinions?

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