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Old 05-21-2012, 11:42 PM   #11
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If you buy one you need bigger pants!! No joke! I asked about it and someone told me to buy 2 sizes bigger and they were correct.
They require that much extra space? Uggg I hate big pants lol. I like my clothes to fit.
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Old 05-22-2012, 01:27 AM   #12
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I have a N82 PRO and I haven't changed my pant size. I did however buy a better belt 5.11 double duty. Made a lot of difference.

But I have heard of people buying one size bigger.

The N82 PRO is only a 1/4 inch thick.

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Thanks for the reply.

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The Theis horsehide holster is nice, great concealable holster and reasonably priced

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http://www.shadowtacticalholsters.com/Home.html

These guys make excellent holsters. Im a lefty, try finding a rig for a PT1911 with a rail anywhere else.
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belts make a big difference. I have been carrying Glock for....well a very long time, on a daily basis. I have gone through HUNDREDS of holsters, There is a few 25 gallon rubbermaid bins in my shop just full of them.

That said the absolute number one in my mind is Mike P (defensiveholsters.com). I have never found a single thing to complain about with it and I wear it about 18 hours a day (sadly, i don't sleep much).

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http://www.shadowtacticalholsters.com/Home.html

These guys make excellent holsters. Im a lefty, try finding a rig for a PT1911 with a rail anywhere else.
I emailed them. Thanks for the link. All the holsters mentioned here look amazing but I think I might give these guys a try. $10.00 LE discount is nice as well. They say they can make the holsters in camo patterns so we'll see.
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