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Best IWB for Glock 23 and 27

This is a discussion on Best IWB for Glock 23 and 27 within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; There are many good holsters for the 23,26,27,33 at every price point. I have a Don Hume that I really like a lot and it ...

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    There are many good holsters for the 23,26,27,33 at every price point. I have a Don Hume that I really like a lot and it was about $25 and I have an Alessi that I also like and it was $150. Truth be told, I really can't cost-justify the additional $125 spend because the Hume works great and is very comfortable and holds the weapon as securely as the Alessi and the draw is a little easier.


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    Thanks everyone for your suggestions. This is a great place for information, advice and suggestions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDRGlock View Post
    I use this custom holster from Kwart on Glocktalk. He put belt slots for me for OWB, as well as IWB.

    Only $50 and I got it in a week.


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    Got a link to there website. I like convertibles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911PKR View Post
    Got a link to there website. I like convertibles.
    FS: Custom Made Holsters! - Glock Talk

    I also just ordered a Double Magazine, Combat Cut, Black, Kydex, Double Clip, with Belt Slots for IWB/OWB.

    I am probably also going to get another for my Para P-14.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CDRGlock View Post
    FS: Custom Made Holsters! - Glock Talk

    I also just ordered a Double Magazine, Combat Cut, Black, Kydex, Double Clip, with Belt Slots for IWB/OWB.

    I am probably also going to get another for my Para P-14.
    Thanks man...

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    I really like my Kholster for IWB carry. It's tuckable, it has a ton of adjustment, and is comfortable to wear all day. For $49 shipped it was a no-brainer to me.

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    I have an MTAC for my 27,19,23 and a Crossbreed ST for my G30. They are both very comfortable.
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    AKJ Concealco...most comfortable IWB I have ever used and very well made. Have one each for my G27 & 23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jem102 View Post
    AKJ Concealco...most comfortable IWB I have ever used and very well made. Have one each for my G27 & 23.

    AKJ Concealco LLC - Concealment gun holsters, personal defense related equipment, and other gunleather.
    I've always thought that those holsters have a very interesting design. How is the retention? Can you turn the holster upside down and shake it without the handgun falling out?
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    Best IWB for Glock 23 and 27

    Quote Originally Posted by 1911PKR View Post
    Thanks man...
    I don't regret the purchase. Holding the holster upside down did not cause my gun to fall out, either. My Glock, Clicks into it. Hell, I took a nap yesterday with my gun IWB and it didn't bother me.

    The fact that I can carry both ways (IWB/OWB) is a big plus. I also grabbed a Magazine Holster. I sent two good friends his way, also.

    I will likely get his 1911 holster for Winter carry (Para P-14 14+1 ACP).

    Let me know how you like it.

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    trying to decide which MTAC for double duty with a Glock 27 and less frequently, a Glock 23.
    my preference would be the Glock 27 MTAC with open muzzle kydex (Glock 23 capability with minimal leather)
    would it be better to go for the 23 holster for the additional leather at the muzzle end, for comfort with the longer slide?
    (that is, will the slide stick out so far in the Glock 27 holster that it will poke into the skin?)
    and how to address the holster design as far as being the open muzzle "slide" version kydex vs the closed end version?
    (does the open end have a tendency to "push" the gun up out of the holster, especially with a Glock 23 in the Glock 27 "slide" version of the holster?)
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    Don't have either holster but I tend to prefer open ended holsters so that I can do things like carry either the G22 or the G23 in the same holster. Either that or I but the holster for the larger gun with a closed end and also use it for the smaller one. Saves money that way.

    The nice thing about Glocks is that guns like the G19 and the G23 are the same size so I get multiple duty out of one holster.

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    The "Best" holster is one that you will utilize to carry every day.

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