Don Hume PCCH IWB?

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    Don Hume PCCH IWB?

    Anyone here have any experience with these IWB holsters? Anyone here carry an auto loader like a Glock or a Sig in one? If so how do you like it?
    Snub nose revolvers,the original concealed carry guns.

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    I have a Hume for my PM9 and it works well. I don't have a lot of experience with IWB holsters though so only my .02
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    It was my first IWB. I lost the first one and bought another. Even though I EDC a HBE Com III the PCCH is very serviceable for an off the shelf holster. I used it for a G23.
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    My friend has the don hume 715 with a glock 19 and he likes it alot.

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    I carry a Glock 19 in a similar holster from another maker. If I had to find something I don't like it would be that the snap straps add more width - I am currently researching another type of holster that has offset straps that don't add to the width of gun plus holster.

    One consideration might be color - this one only comes in a rusty brown color. I find it important to match the color with your belt, as there are times when the belt might show and if your holster straps contrast this could be a problem. Mine is in a light natural color and I wish I had chosen black. It is hard to find belts that blend with the light color.

    I started with this style holster and have been very happy. It is a point from which to depart on a holster journey.

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    I carry a 5" SA 1911 in a Don HUme PCCH almost every day. Excellent piece of equipment! Buy it you will be pleased.

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    It's pretty serviceable. I had one for an SP101. I would not recommend it for revolvers, as the molding for the cylinder will start to hurt after a while, but for a semiauto it'd probably be fine.
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    Thanks guys it would be used to carry a Sig P239 9mm if this matters at all. As another poster said I had this rig for a revolver and didn't care for it,so the general consensus is it a comfortable rig for a semi auto then?
    Snub nose revolvers,the original concealed carry guns.

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    Absolutely. I still carry mine occasionally...goes on and off very easily.
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    Thanks guys it would be used to carry a Sig P239 9mm if this matters at all. As another poster said I had this rig for a revolver and didn't care for it,so the general consensus is it a comfortable rig for a semi auto then?
    Snub nose revolvers,the original concealed carry guns.

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    No experience here with the PCCH but I do have a couple 715's and a 721. Not exactly the same but I like them a lot.
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    I had one for my P9, and it was uncomfortable to me.

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    I have 4 Don Hume holsters, 2 IWB and 2 OWB. Great holsters fot the price . I use the IWB most days for normal carry. Don't think you will go wrong with them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911luver View Post
    Anyone here have any experience with these IWB holsters? Anyone here carry an auto loader like a Glock or a Sig in one? If so how do you like it?
    I don't know what the model number is, but I have two Don Hume IWB holsters. Mine have a metal clip to hold them in place rather then belt loops. I carry a 1911 in one and I bought one for my Beretta 92. They are exceptional holsters for the price (about $33 each). I use mine a lot. They "slip around" just a bit, but they are good holsters. Surprizingly enough, carrying my Beretta in one has been a real pleasant experience. It is hard to go wrong with Don Hume products from what I have seen.

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