A IWB holster for a Nighthawk Custom AAC 1911
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Old 07-12-2012, 10:01 PM   #1
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Default A IWB holster for a Nighthawk Custom AAC 1911

I'm looking for a holster for a Nighthawk Custom AAC 1911 this is essentially a full-size 1911 with: Railed "Recon Frame", oversized Heinie/Trijicon ledge Straight Eight suppressor sights 5 3/4 in barrel and ambi-safety

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Old 07-14-2012, 03:26 AM   #2
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Contact Tommy Theis Theis Holsters and ask him.

Hard to beat in comfort and price!

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Thanks much, I'll definitely add him ta my comparisons, like the fact he has horsehide as a backing option

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You plan on CC'ing this? Stephan, you are the man.
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Its surprisingly thin with the alumagrips

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I don't have an IWB holster for my AAC - but I do have one for my 4.25" and 5" carry pieces.

I got mine from Brigade Gunleather and got the Custom M-11.

The holster took about 5-6 months to get hand crafted, but when it showed up it fit like a hand going into a nice, comfy glove. It was a PERFECT fit and it wears really, REALLY well with my Milt Sparks thick carry belt. I love it and it's my only carry holster now (out of about a dozen I have tried).

Now with the rail and the extra tall sights (which you can dump if you go with the Osprey ) you will probably have to send them a pattern. I know they do custom work, so it might take a little longer.

Good luck. Buying a holster that you like is one of the most personalized decisions so I hope you end up finding the right one before you spend too much cash.

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I don't have an IWB holster for my AAC - but I do have one for my 4.25" and 5" carry pieces.

I got mine from Brigade Gunleather and got the Custom M-11.

The holster took about 5-6 months to get hand crafted, but when it showed up it fit like a hand going into a nice, comfy glove. It was a PERFECT fit and it wears really, REALLY well with my Milt Sparks thick carry belt. I love it and it's my only carry holster now (out of about a dozen I have tried).

Now with the rail and the extra tall sights (which you can dump if you go with the Osprey ) you will probably have to send them a pattern. I know they do custom work, so it might take a little longer.

Good luck. Buying a holster that you like is one of the most personalized decisions so I hope you end up finding the right one before you spend too much cash.

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I like these but is there a less expensive manufacture?
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I like these but is there a less expensive manufacture?
We have a member here "longballer71", he makes EXCELLENT leather IWB holsters. Give him a PM and he will definitely take care of you
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