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Old 09-05-2011, 02:11 AM   #1
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Default Looking for CC holster for 1911

I've seen some good holsters on the market but im specifically looking for some good inside the pant holsters. Any opinions?

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Old 09-05-2011, 02:24 AM   #2
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No matter what holster you get, be sure to order it with the Kydex Clips. I prefer the J-Clips, they hide better. The metal clips will ruin a good carry belt and many belts cost more than the holster!

I have had issues with the metal clips on my Crossbreed Super Tuck. I just got a new holster from Tommy Theis with his Kydex J-Clips. These work well and eliminate the belt scratching.

This holster is incredibly comfortable. I got the horsehide for summer use here in south FL.

Worth a look:

Theisholsters.com Custom IWB Holsters

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Our opinions will vary. Because of the situation, climate, etc. With that said my choice was the super tuck by Cross breed.

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Its not a inside the pants holster but it pretty sleek, i just ordered one the other day. Gould and goodrich B807
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Its not a inside the pants holster but it pretty sleek, i just ordered one the other day. Gould and goodrich B807
Your purple gun is very.....hip.
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Your purple gun is very.....hip.
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Thanks man, i named it the purple people eater!! Hahaha.. Its just the site tht i got the pic off of
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Holy crap, flying purple people eater was my highschool sophomore year color name l. Anyway, I too purchased a 5" full size 1911 conceal holster today. It's made by galco and I wanted a very simple one that doesn't stick out much so i bought the WAISTBAND INSIDE THE PANT holster by galco. It has a thump tap too and I heard it's very concealable for such a big gun.

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I've tried a bushel basket full of IWB holsters for my 1911s and haven't found one more comfortable or accessible than the one from TTGunleather. I have one for my 3", 4" and 5". I wear them on a TTGunleather belt. No matter which size I'm wearing they all ride the same way.



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I like the bianchi leather auto lok holsters.

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Check out Ryan Grizzle Leather. Reasonable turn around time and excellent quality. I own two owb high ride holsters. He is acommodating and will build a custom holster as well.

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