G26 holster, woolfe? galco? milt sparks?

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    I have an G27 that I EDC in a crossbreed supertuck. I like the thinness of the kydex over having 2 pieces of thick leather. It is very comfortable also.

    Then again I also have a kramer #3 for 1911 office that I like too, and a cozy partner for 1911 that the keltec pf9 I had fit perfectly in.

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    all of these replies gave me some awesome insight, right now I am carrying in a don hume IWB with clip which I got from gunners alley which by the way shipped to me unreal fast, I got my holster in 2 days! For $32 shipped I cant complain, but as the title of the thread asks, I am really interested in some of the finer leather works. Thanks guys for all the guidance!

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    Another one here that will recommend the FIST holsters. My wife's current carry gun for the last 3 years has been a Glock 26; she has been using a FIST ultra-thin kydex IWB holster with it every day.

    I have one for my 19, it is very comfortable, and the price is pretty good. We both use the K6; you can order it with different style belt attachments.

    Lots of really good holsters available nowadays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by los View Post
    The G26 is a bit chunky so I would advise to stay away from IWB holsters that have a reinforced mouth such as the Sparks VMII as it will add width. Not saying you won't be able to appropriately conceal,...but you'll have to dress around it. I know, I owned one.

    I would recommend you check out the Brommeland Max-Con V. It is arguably the best IWB holster made. Lately, Gary Brommeland has been hanging out over at the GlockTalk Forum.
    I agree with los. I've never found reinforced IWBs to be all that comortable with Glocks or most other pistols. My favorite Milt Sparks IWB is the underrated Watch-Six. Currently, I'm using a Desbian Covert IWB, similar to Brommeland's Max-Con V. Very comfortable holster that conceals well.
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    G26 holster, woolfe? galco? milt sparks?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hamm128 View Post
    I have an G27 that I EDC in a crossbreed supertuck. I like the thinness of the kydex over having 2 pieces of thick leather. It is very comfortable also.

    Then again I also have a kramer #3 for 1911 office that I like too, and a cozy partner for 1911 that the keltec pf9 I had fit perfectly in.
    Hamm

    Is that the major advantage of the Supertuck design? Because it is thinner? Can the Cant be adjusted?

    Where do you carry it? 4:00? Can it be held in the 3:00 or 2:00 positions, also?
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    I agree that the VMII may not be comfy with a G26. I have a G33 (same size) and it didn't work for me. Too thick of a combo. If you don't need a tuckable, I'd also recommend the Max-Con V. As others have mentioned, checkout FIST for some nice 'ultra thin' kydex holsters.

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