This is a discussion on My new setup - Well armed at a good price within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Rollo I have tried it both. It conceals OWB better then any other holster I have owned. I'm not sure why but ...
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Nice rig...congrats on some good choices.
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I think you can find a good CCW/CCH belt for less money.
Here is one I am very impressed with and will place an order for next week.
The leather/Kydex combination makes for a thinnner belt with great stability.... for a great price.
Looper Reinforced Holster Belt
Springfield XDM 40cal
Safariland Double Magazine Duty Pouch
High Noon "Slide Guard" Holster - Leather (OWB)
BladeTech "Eclipse" Holster - Kydex (OWB)
Aker Reinforced Gun Belt (Leather & Polymer)
Wilderness Tactical/Operator Belt (Kydex Reinforced)
Got me thinking about how much my out on the town set up is..
Glock 21 or 30 $600
crossbreed snapslide or qwickclip $55 or so
Rossi .357 Bug $300
-Pocket or ankle $30
Kershaw x 2 $120
Rafter S belt $60
Drop the glock and thats what i carry at work. Nice to wear cargo pants at work. At work I also carry multiple speed loaders and first aid supplies and a S&W 911 rescue knife.
I do own a S&W Sigma in .40 and it is a great gun. Sometimes I replace a glock with it. Darn thing fits in any glock holster. Way to go S&W!
As long as your packing your good to go!
Looks like a complete rig for our time.
I understand about the family considerations. In laws can screw up an otherwise great relationship. Better to know early and avoid the heart ache later. "To thyself be true" is a good dictum. (Unless one is a complete and utter jerk, when it's best to take stock and change. That doesn't seem to be a problem here - but it's another good principle.)
And my heartiest congratulations on the body style change. He said noticing his own girth...
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nice set up congrats. mine will be similar...Ruger SR9 Compact($403),Milt Sparks Summer Special($75),Wilderness Instructor 5 stitch belt($37), and a Kershaw Leek($29)= around $530???(adding in my head maths not my strong point). im just waiting on holster delivery...and I DO love that holster if the wife had not ordered me one id have been real interested in that!
Nice rig Rollo.... If you like your current belt instead of a leather punch to make new holes I've always used a 22 shell casing and a hammer..
Nice rig Rollo, and congrats on the weight! Too bad about the girl, but if you have any issues like that, better to find out early.
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Very good looking setup, good news on loosing weight.
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Great job on the weigh loss! And good taste on your set-up. Thanks for showing us..