Looking for a IWB, not worried about tuckability.

Looking for a IWB, not worried about tuckability.

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    Looking for a IWB, not worried about tuckability.

    I'm wondering if it makes sense for me to spend the money on a Crossbreed Super Tuck or Kholster if I'm not worried about tucking my M&P9c.

    I work at a laid back place (jeans/t-shirt) so I'm not tucking. On the few occasions I'd have to tuck, I'm a bit too skinny and would probably print even with a nice tuckable holster, so I'd probably have to go the Thunderwear route anyway.

    Do I need to spend the money on a Crossbreed or Kholster or is there something out there a little cheaper, but still comfortable that I can get that doesn't offer tuck?
    Looking for something good in warm weather as I spend a great deal of time outside in the summer.


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    Get an IWB holster that has the belt loops fore and aft of the gun. That makes it a thinner package to have between your body and pants. Lots of good makers today with reasonable prices.


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    I use the Crossbreed Supertuck in horsehide. I've never tucked yet but the feature is there if I absolutely need it.

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    Look on EBay for "Ultimate IWB Ambi Handgun Holster". It is an AKJ/Concealco holster, but it is their "Ready-Line" in roughout leather with black belt loops. It isn't pretty, but it is the most comfortable, concealable leather IWB holster I have found. It is $43 plus shipping.

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    My first IWB holster was an Uncle Mike's. It was the only one they had when I bought my G26. I paid like $25.00 for it. It has only one clip. I don't find it really that great so I ordered a Kholster. $49 with free shipping and there is a 10% referral discount. So you are paying let's say $45.
    I think if you go any cheaper you'll end up like a lot of people here with a drawer full of holsters.
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    The Kholster is a great deal for IWB carry. It's a very comfortable holster and not very expensive with a life time guarantee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shpadoinkel View Post
    I'm wondering if it makes sense for me to spend the money on a Crossbreed Super Tuck or Kholster if I'm not worried about tucking my M&P9c.

    I work at a laid back place (jeans/t-shirt) so I'm not tucking. On the few occasions I'd have to tuck, I'm a bit too skinny and would probably print even with a nice tuckable holster, so I'd probably have to go the Thunderwear route anyway.

    Do I need to spend the money on a Crossbreed or Kholster or is there something out there a little cheaper, but still comfortable that I can get that doesn't offer tuck?
    Looking for something good in warm weather as I spend a great deal of time outside in the summer.
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