Colt new agent carry

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    Colt new agent carry

    Just bought a new agent and looking for holsters. Anyone have any ideas? Have to tuck shirt at work.

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    Crossbreed, SHTF, Alien Gear, lots of them out there.
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    A. Any officer holster should work pretty well. Tons of them out there.

    B. New Agents are such nice looking guns.

    C. Pics or its not real.
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    I like the Tucker Gunleather Cover-up. Not sure if they make it for the New Agent, but give them a call or drop them an e-mail.

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    I am a big fan of the Sparks SSII for a 1911.
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    Look up Cleveland holsters. They are nice and give good body coverage.
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    As long as your belt is good you should be good to go with any of the above mentioned. 1911's sure have some weight to them

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    I prefer a Crossbreed style holster with my 3" Colt 1911 ( I have a defender) . Because when fully loaded even the 3" 1911s are on the heavy side and the crossbreed style IWB holsters distrubute the weight a little better on your belt therefore I get less pants sag. .

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    Thanks for info, I went with a D M Bullard IWB w/belt loops. Will add pictures. Just put 100 rounds through it. Great shooter love the trench sites. Felt natural.
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    Are the loops tuckable? That was my problem, finding a good dual anchor point IWB that was also tuckable in all leather is not easy to find. Lots of hybrids out there, but not a lot of leather tuckables. Yes, Milt Sparks makes tuckable clips for his VMII, but boy do those clips look bulky and awkward. I went with a RKBA.

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