IWB holster Help

Discussion in 'Concealed Carrying & Personal Protection' started by XDGirl, Aug 8, 2008.

  1. XDGirl

    XDGirl New Member

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    Hi guys i'm looking for a good IWB holsters have any recommendations? I want a good one not a cheapo.
     
  2. SimonTuffGuy

    SimonTuffGuy New Member

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    From your username... I'm going to assume that you have an XD?

    I'd check out K&D Holsters. I ordered their Dokota Defender and it's great. Kevin really does a good job with creating a quality product and he'll back it up 1000%.

    http://kdholsters.com/iwb-defend.php

    When I ordered... there was a 12 or 14 week waiting period... And it took just about that long to get it. But the wait was well worth it in the end.
     

  3. Old Soldier

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    Milt Sparks custom IWB holster

    If you want the best (IMO) IWB hoster check on Milt Sparks hosters. They are not cheap but quality never is. I ordered one for my Glock 40 cal and it was so outstanding that I ordered another one for my Sig 45 ACP.

    I wear it under a T-shirt, SC weather, and it does not "print". I wear it "appendix" style.

    Be prepared for anout a 3 month wait but if you do get one you will be WELL pleased.
    Jim
     
  4. oldandslow

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    xdgirl, 10/8/08

    I am like many people in that I have several boxes of holsters, usually more than one for each pistol. The makers I have found that have a good product with a reasonable wait time are- Fist Holsters, Don Hume, Highnoon Holsters, TT Gunleather. If you want to look at a number of holster maker's websites showing their products and wait-times take a look at the holster "sticky" at www.berettaforum.net under the "tactics and gear" forum. It's a fun way to go window shopping. Good luck.

    best wishes- oldandslow
     
  5. matt g

    matt g New Member Supporter

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    High Noon makes good stuff.
     
  6. freefall

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    I bought a nice IWB holster for my 1911 from Ted Blocker. Wish it was canted, it's pretty much straight up and down. So, alas, I don't use it much, but it is a quality item.
     
  7. SCAHILL

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    IWB Holster

    Hi - I bought a wonderful IWB holster for my husband - great price and it was finished in 2 weeks. Check them out - Peaceholsters.com My hubby was thrilled with his gift he even rides his motorcycle with it.
     
  8. Katsai

    Katsai New Member

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    I have ordered a Crossbreed Supertuck for my .45. Based on it's appearance and the comments of some folks that have one, I feel it will be perfect, but time will tell. Crossbreed Holsters > Home if you want to look at them.
     
  9. Phelenwolf

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    have to agree with you Old Soldier 100% about Milt Sparks holster. Picked up a VMII for my XD45 and found it to be the most comfortable holster I hand ever owned. Ended up getting one for my Sig P239 and my P229. If you add the tuckable clips to it you can use it for anything and everything you have to do.
    I found mine on gunbroken.com and eBay. Was just shopping around and got lucky paid about $150 for each.
     
    Last edited: Aug 22, 2010
  10. jetspeed8

    jetspeed8 New Member

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    I own IWB holsters from Wilson Combat, Uncle Mikes, C5, Cross Breed, Pure Kustom and a few others. The Pure Kustom is, by far, the best of the bunch. If you really want the best your money can buy, check out Pure Kustom Holsters: www.purekustomholsters.com

    Rocky did this one for my Kimber 1911 a while back. He is just finishing up two more holsters I ordered as well. His holsters hold their shape and are so comfortable you will forget it is there.
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  11. PsyopsE694

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    Wild Bill

    I heartily recommend Wild Bill Concealment products, the best I have seen to date...llook him up, if he don't have it, he will make.
     
  12. steve666

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    I love FIST holsters #20
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    (and no that certainly isn't my fat a$$ in the picture)
     
  13. StanDJ77

    StanDJ77 New Member

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    Very nice:cool: looks likes good quality.
     
  14. SeanCucf

    SeanCucf New Member

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    I like my Crossbread Supertuck for my S&W M&P 40c. I'm a small frame guy and it does well for me.
     
  15. danf_fl

    danf_fl Retired Supporter

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    Gentlemen, as a reminder, XDGirl may not have the same body characterics as us. What works for males may not work for young ladies.
     
  16. Gatekeeper

    Gatekeeper New Member

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    ...........and she hasn't posted here since 2008 :rolleyes:
    :p
     
  17. safedman

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    Post Pics

    Hey gang I could also use a IWB...can some of you post pics while wearing and let me (us) know just how uncomfortable they are for vehicle driving, sitting in a straight back chair...etc???
    That would help me a ton.
    XD, thanks for putting hthis up here. An IWB is the only type of holster I have not tried and have heard great things about them.


    Steve666, thanks
     
    Last edited: Sep 8, 2010
  18. Strongwood

    Strongwood New Member

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    Holster

    Hello all

    I am right handed and would like to wear my body guard in the small of my back inside my waist band.

    What would be a comfortable holster that would stay in place and allow to remove the pistol with my right hand. I am thinking a left hand holster would do it.

    another thing to consider , I would like it to not require removing my belt to mount the holster or take it off


    I also am about to buy a Sig, S&W or Springfield 9MM and would like to wear it there also but the size difference may prohibit that.

    what would be a good alternate for the semi auto if I didn't want to wear it on my hip?


    Thanks for the info
     
  19. stingrayc6

    stingrayc6 New Member

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    Try stickyholsters.com, it will do what you want with no clips.