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Old 07-26-2014, 03:38 AM   #1
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So, I've done so much research I'm second guessing my second guesses! Not sure I want an OWB or IWB.

Really want another N82 tactical but can't locate one. Opinions?? Not interested in kydex or nylon...love all leather.

So what do you guys think...in or out. I have a nice thick bull hide belt so it can support what I strap to it.


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Old 07-26-2014, 10:31 AM   #2
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Seems like if you choose something not a Glock or 1911 you have pretty slim chices. I love DeSantis Mad Max IWB but I do not think it is made for that gun. I own that gun, and use a Serpa II rarely get it out of the safe because I dont care for the holster. Prefer IWB



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What about the Uncle Mikes Retention rig? They make it for all Beretta's, and I have it for the M9A1 I carry for Az. Ranger duty. I have the Belt as well but it hooks to just about any rigid or semi rigid belt, and the belt hook ups are also interchangeable for a belt up to 2.25" wide. Not that I need the Suspenders either but adding them allows sexing and even third guns and ammo which more of is better, right? But you want it EDCC right?


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Went with an IWB leather with straps/snaps from pro carry


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Actually it's a deep comfort from the holster store. Very secure and comfortable IWB, reinforced mouth, heavy duty snaps. The straps have a built in cant to them giving you a comfortable grip angle and smooth draw.


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I have aPX4 SC, and a Stoeger Cougar (same as a Beretta Cougar) and I carry both in OWB rigs made by Wright Leather Works. Fits close, and tight, very nice leather.

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I really like belt slide holsters made similar to this one. Belt slide holsters are very comfortable. Cool weather is here. You can go OWB most of the time.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Beretta-PX4-Storm-Sub-Compact-OWB-Right-Hand-Belt-Ride-BLK-Gun-Holster-/380935477773?pt=US_Holsters&hash=item58b1861a0d

I would look a little harder for one with a groove for the front sight similar to this holster. A G19 is easy to carry most of the time with this holster. I am in a open carry state. If my shirt rides up and exposes the gun it is no big deal. I have to say the gun stays concealed. The only time I have to be careful is when I am sitting in a lawn chair with arm rests. This is the most comfortable holster I have ever owned. I fall asleep on the couch and I don't even know the gun is there. I just loosen my belt and shift the holster for easy access in the truck.



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