Kholster going on sale...FYI

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    Kholster going on sale...FYI

    Just got an email:

    2010 SIZZLIN' SUMMER
    FULL MOON SALE !!
    June 24 & 25
    For 2 days only, selected Full Moon Kholsters will be just $40 each. Delivered. Free Shipping. Really. No Foolin'! It must be Lunacy!

    I'm just passing this along; I get nothing out of it except the possibility of helping some one.

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    It's true

    The website says:

    On June 24 & 25, get a Full Moon Kholster for your 1911, GLOCK, Smith & Wesson M&P, or your Springfield XD for just $40 each with FREE Priority Shipping!

    So IIRC one of the Glock models is a close enough match to a Taurus PT-145 for the purposes of getting a holster, although not exact. The 27?
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    I have tried my PT145 pro in the Galco combat master I have for my G22 - the trigger guard is not well covered - about 50%. I would not use it that way.
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    Thanks for the tip. I ordered a Glock holster on the 24th on sales and another holster earlier in the week. Both came in today and fit and feel great. Speedy service and a very comfortable, affordable product. Can't ask for much more than that.
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    I carry a g26 in a half Moon and find it really comfy. Especially after trimming some of the leather off.

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    Thoughts on Kholster vs. Supertuck?

    With the sale naturally the Kholster is the economical option, but if money were no issue, which would you choose?

    EDIT: It would be for a SA XD40SC
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    I sure don't mean to offend anyone but you couldn't pay me to use one of those gawd awful looking things!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thumper View Post
    I sure don't mean to offend anyone but you couldn't pay me to use one of those gawd awful looking things!
    I agree they are butt ugly, however comfort is inversely proportional to beauty with these things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shackleton View Post
    Thoughts on Kholster vs. Supertuck?

    With the sale naturally the Kholster is the economical option, but if money were no issue, which would you choose?

    EDIT: It would be for a SA XD40SC
    I looked at both and went with the Kholster for the price, yes, but also because it appears to have more adjustment holes that let you get the depth and cant just right. I have no experience with Crossbreed.

    I picked one up for the Glock 21/22/30 and another for my PT145 Pro.
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    I ordered one on the 24th. I've had MTAC and I have a CrossBreed for my 30. I needed a new one for my 27 so I gave it a shot for $40. At least I can compare my CBST to the Kholster for myself.

    I'm hitting the PO tomorrow to see if it has arrived.
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    I carry my PF9 in a Kholster every day and love it. I also have Kholsters for my Kimber, PT-145, Rossi 38, and Bersa 383. I think it is the best fitting most adjustable and comfortable holster on the market.

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