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Glock 23 Holster

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    I went with the Supertuck in Horse hide.


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    IWB carry for a gun the size of a G23 is not comfortable for me. I prefer OWB at around 4:00 for my G23, and can recommend the Bianchi Shadow II (leather 3-slot with thumb-break retention strap).
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    I was also recommended to try the Bianchi. We will see how the Supertuck goes first.

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    Got the Supertuck in today. I love it so far. Very comfortable.

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    I hate IWB so I stay OWB exclusively. I use the same rig year round, Blackhawk serpa. The G23 rides in it great and I have never had a holster as stable as this one. The gun stays rock solid on my hip even if I have to run or stand on my head. Yes, I tested it out.
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    Very pleased with my AKJ Concealco Select grades. I have 3 and they are the most comfortable and easiest to reholster I have ever had. Excellent workmanship especially the edge finishing.
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    Blade Tech IWB very comfortable easy to re-holster and with the tenafer finish on the glock the Kydex does not effect the finish
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