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Old 06-30-2012, 02:38 AM   #1
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I want to get a really good holster for my kimber pro tle II any suggestions? I want OWB.



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Old 06-30-2012, 04:36 AM   #2
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I like the blackhawk SERPA bolsters with the retaining system on them, or galco makes some really nice leather holsters, I like both those companies, they make good quality, reliable holsters



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http://www.shadowtacticalholsters.com

Check this dudes work out, you might like it.
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I suggest a pancake style of holster because it spreads the weight over a wide section of your belt for better support. I have a Galco which has served well for about 3 years. I was looking at some Tagua holsters at my LGS & they seem well made at a reasonable price, but my only experience with Tagua is with the small "belt slide" ambidexterous type holsters for lighter pistols & they are of good quality.

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I like the blackhawk SERPA bolsters with the retaining system on them, or galco makes some really nice leather holsters, I like both those companies, they make good quality, reliable holsters
Ditto on the Blackhawk real smooth on the draw and holds the pistol well it doesn't bounce around retaining system is exceptional.



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