Ideas for owb for G26 ccw

Ideas for owb for G26 ccw

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    Question Ideas for owb for G26 ccw

    Looking for the most concealable and good comfort owb holster
    for my G26.I rather not carry iwb.I live in warm climate so most cc
    is a must,don't wear heavy garments at all.T shirts and loose open button
    down short sleeve over tank.Help with ideas and or suggestions!!
    Thanks all!!
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    CrossBreed SnapSlide! Ugly, but it's CC, so who cares. Decent price, too. And it holds the gun very very close. I was carrying a much larger gun (SIG P228) under a relatively loose shirt. Very comfortable.

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    Smile G 26 Carry

    I have a Bulman THR for my G 27 and it is perfect. Very secure, flat against body and well made and a beauty. Wait time is about six weeks but worth it. Price around $100.

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    It's cheap and the most comfortable holster I've ever had (and I've got a box full) but not much for retention so I wear it at 2:00 and it'll fit all your Gocks:

    Compact Belt Slide Gun Concealment Holsters

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    don hume 721...reasonably priced and holds the gun tight to your side...

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    Believe it or not? The Glock sport/combat holster holds the weapon very close to the body and is very light. It can be had for $13 - $17 on e-bay. For years I've always assumed that they were junk (shame on me), until I got 1. Can't go wrong for the price.
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    Check out Erik at Sideguard holsters he has made me some nice OWB holsters that are easy to conceal. Tim at TT Gunleather makes a nice OWB holster also. Simply Rugged has the Cuda available too...

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    I have two of these, one for my Glock-36, and one for my Glock-26...the most comfortable holster I've owned and fits as tightly against the body as any of my IWB's... FIST, INC.
    The holster on the right with the Glock looks just like mine......rides high and tight, plenty of cant, and easy one hand reholstering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NY27 View Post
    Believe it or not? The Glock sport/combat holster holds the weapon very close to the body and is very light. It can be had for $13 - $17 on e-bay. For years I've always assumed that they were junk (shame on me), until I got 1. Can't go wrong for the price.
    ive heard that about them...

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    Got one of these for my 26 from Lobo Gun Leather and love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY27 View Post
    Believe it or not? The Glock sport/combat holster holds the weapon very close to the body and is very light. It can be had for $13 - $17 on e-bay. For years I've always assumed that they were junk (shame on me), until I got 1. Can't go wrong for the price.
    This.

    Go to Glocktalk, so many people with drawers of holsters accumulated over years have come to this conclusion late in the game and kicked themselves. It's so damn cheap and so highly endorsed you should just start here and see if it works. Nothing rides higher, nothing rides tighter. Very concealable, strong retention. You can put your belt on the outside and it's a part of you.

    If you are looking for nice leather, this isn't it. Only drawback.

    I have one for OWB. I typically do IWB but use this happily on occasion. I also have a Fobus paddle which conceals well and gives me fast/easy on/off. For no functional reason will likely pick up a nice OWB leather holster at some point just because I like leather.

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    I am quite fond of the Galco Concealable model. It fits very close to the body and holds the gun high and tight. It is easy to conceal under a t-shirt or an unbuttoned button up with a tank top underneath. I carry in this holster and use the same cover garment as you. It is quite humid and hot here in Ga as well. Works very well for me.

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    I'll recommend a Mitch Rosen upper limit holster for you and your G26.

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