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Discussion in 'Concealed Carrying & Personal Protection' started by Ericreed22, Nov 5, 2012.
Crossbreed Super Tuck!
It's not a holster...
The belly band worn low around the hips enables:
More flexibility of placement because...it's not attached to your pants.
Does not drag your pants down because...it's not attaché to your pants.
Does not require removal for a RR break because...it's not attached to your pants.
You can all enjoy the benefit of my 17 years of daily CCW experience and avoid going through a sack full of holsters...as I have. The money you'll save over the next few years will let you buy another pistol...or 2.
Good point. I love my Galco belly band (Glock 27) as well. Still if I'm wearing a belt, I love the Super Tuck at the 4 O'clock position.
Wingman IWB -
If there were only one "best" we would all have it. Best is what works best for you and you carry weapon.
for me personally, i love my N82 tactical professional holster.
I just got an Old Faithful holster, just like the supertuk but cheaper. So far I really like it.
Tried a crossbreed ended up with a comp-tac. Whole different class of holster.
I also really like my n82 pro.tactical holster...I did however order a hidden hybrid holster to try
I'm looking at Comp-Tac CTAC IWB holster.
I don't think that there is actually a "Best CCW Holster" out there because everyone is different. Whats good for me might not be good for you. Its what works for you. Know it, live it, and practice with it. Thats what makes a good CCW holster IMO.
Got a N82 holster for my pps, 9mm, which will also fit the m&p shield if interested. I am about to order an iwb from mika holsters for the pps and a pocket mika holster for my
S/W model 442
Stoner IWB Bodyshield Holster
That's easy, my dh custom Wingman vanity holster!
BUT.......sorry Dave........it doesn't work well in a bathing suit.
So I found an app for that. The clip-less Remora holsters! Original Remora "No Clip" Holster