New suits for the Glock family

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    New suits for the Glock family

    In addition to the deep cover/tuckable holsters, I need a 'grab n go' solution. Particularly for running to the store, or on days when I'm having to arm and disarm as I go in and out of government buildings. I like consistency, so I ordered up these FISTs for my primary EDC rotation. These drop right in IWB and stay quite secure.

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    those are some good looking holster gun combos, glock on!

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    Nice setup. Its always good to have choices
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    Quote Originally Posted by JLUSAF View Post
    Nice setup. Its always good to have choices
    what type of leather you got there my friend?
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    Initially, I thought those were Bianchi Model-100 Professional(s) holsters. I now see they're form-fitted and nice.
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    You look like a two-time winner...Glocks and Fist holsters!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spec View Post
    what type of leather you got there my friend?
    Good ol' thick HARD MOLDING cow-wrapper.

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    You look like a two-time winner...Glocks and Fist holsters!
    Thanks retsupt99 - you get all the credit for pointing me in this direction. I'm going to order the SOB version for the G26 as well.
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    Look like they're made for each other.
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    I use a Galco Summer Comfort for my grab n go. Those look my old grab n go (another Galco, the Stow n Go), but muuch better quality. The reason I left the Stow n Go is the lack of any cant, which is fine for my G33, but my carry is a G23 now, and the longer grip needs a better cant.

    In all, nice pick!
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