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Old 05-26-2011, 06:21 AM   #1
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Default Need some help identifying a holster type

I'm looking to purchase a concealment holster where the handgun sits horizontally upside down on the belt.

What style of holster would that be called? I've been trying to search for one, but I can't find it.

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Old 05-26-2011, 06:44 AM   #2
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I'm looking to purchase a concealment holster where the handgun sits horizontally upside down on the belt.

What style of holster would that be called? I've been trying to search for one, but I can't find it.
SOB/MOB?

Small/Middle of Back like these?
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SOB/MOB?

Small/Middle of Back like these?
yeah, that's exactly what I need, Cane

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I carried a Sig 220 in a Galco SOB, second from the bottom. Thought it worked very well.

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What Desantis? do they make a good holster? I've found some Desantis SOB holsters that I like, I wish I could try em on

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I've never owned a Desantis. They look to be a quality holster. Unless you find one in a gun/pawn shop that you can try on its pretty much a order and hope for the best thing. Maybe someone here has owned one and will chime in.

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I've never owned a Desantis. They look to be a quality holster. Unless you find one in a gun/pawn shop that you can try on its pretty much a order and hope for the best thing. Maybe someone here has owned one and will chime in.
Desantis holsters are fine! Find the model # you like and shop for the best deal!

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