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Old 01-23-2012, 02:27 AM   #11
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Take a look at a Blackhawk SERPA. Great retention that you soon forget is even there when you draw. Maybe I was lucky, but the retention release was exactly where my index finger naturally went on the draw.
+1. I have them for my G19 & 26.
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Old 01-23-2012, 03:04 AM   #12
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You'll have a drawer full of holsters before you find the one you like. I actually got my favorite off of e-bay.

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Old 01-23-2012, 03:30 AM   #13
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If I were you, I would do some research on the SERPA before I bought one.

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Old 01-23-2012, 06:31 AM   #14
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Thanks for the advice. After doing some research, im leaning towards the cross breed super tuck. Just looks like a good reliable holster that makes drawing more reliable and consistent.

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You'll have a drawer full of holsters before you find the one you like. I actually got my favorite off of e-bay.
Yes you will have a drawer full of holsters. I just moved to Washington state 2 days ago and I already have a drawer dedicated to holsters. My favorite for concealment is the cross breed. It's comfy. Secure. And is just awesome. I have he little internal laser with the extended slide release ( on off switch) so I had to modify it a little. And.the blackhawk paddle holster I absolutely love when concealment is not a big issue
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Super tuck is one of my favorites. Good weight distribution well made and very concealable.

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Old 01-27-2012, 01:14 AM   #17
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i bought the galco N3 for my glock, which is a molded leather holster. Mine was incredibly tough at first, but after a day or two of breaking in, it was great. I basically just put the unloaded gun in and twisted it and wiggled it to loosen it up. Then id just keep drawing it in and out for about an hour afterwards.

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Im think of getting a king tuck from galco for G23. Anyone have one that can tell me if its worth the money. And how well can you conceal the 23 for daily carry?

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I have a 32 which is the same size as yours only in 357SIG. It conceals very well in my Super Tuck. I think the King Tuck is similar so you should be good.

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Im think of getting a king tuck from galco for G23. Anyone have one that can tell me if its worth the money. And how well can you conceal the 23 for daily carry?
I just got this for daily cc with my G23 and
the holster is awesome ,comfortable and
does not print at all. It is great for my G26
as well. It is the best holster I have ever
owned and I have dozens of them.
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