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Old 01-27-2012, 03:24 AM   #1
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Just got my kingtuk for my glock27 and it feels a little tight putting the gun in and out. Couple of draws I had a hard time getting it out. Anyone have this problem? Does the holster just need broken in? This is my first iwb holster of this kind.

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Old 01-27-2012, 03:35 AM   #2
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yes it will loosen up as you use it.

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Just got my kingtuk for my glock27 and it feels a little tight putting the gun in and out. Couple of draws I had a hard time getting it out. Anyone have this problem? Does the holster just need broken in? This is my first iwb holster of this kind.
This will loosen up in time. It is a great holster for your G27 as well as my G26 and G23. Try leaving your gun in the holster over night for a few days,this will
help as well.
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Just got the kingtuck for G23, I seem to have the same issue drawing with one hand. When I draw it just wants to jerk my pants around. I wear just a normal leather belt though. Would buying a nice gun belt help with this problem. And if so what is a good belt?

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Mine has loosened up and is perfect now

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Just got the kingtuck for G23, I seem to have the same issue drawing with one hand. When I draw it just wants to jerk my pants around. I wear just a normal leather belt though. Would buying a nice gun belt help with this problem. And if so what is a good belt?
IMO, a good sturdy belt will make a difference. I was having the same problem so purchased a good sturdy belt from http://www.bullhidebelts.com/. Good quality and excellent customer service.
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Just got the kingtuck for G23, I seem to have the same issue drawing with one hand. When I draw it just wants to jerk my pants around. I wear just a normal leather belt though. Would buying a nice gun belt help with this problem. And if so what is a good belt?
Look here:

http://thebeltman.net/

or

http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/

I have two belts from The Beltman and can attest to their quality and functionality. There's no substitute for a good gun belt.
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