Which IWB THIN holster for 3.5" barrel 1911?

Which IWB THIN holster for 3.5" barrel 1911?

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    Which IWB THIN holster for 3.5" barrel 1911?

    Hi guys,

    I have a 3.5" barrel SVI Tiki that I'd like to conceal when carrying out of state. It does have the full length dust cover. I'd prefer to carry in leather OR leather lined kydex. I'd prefer that the holster be very thin. My price range extends to $200, and I am in no hurry to settle for something I can get now instead of waiting for the perfect holster.

    I look forward to hearing from everyone.

    Thanks

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    Check out my Minimal Clip/Snap (single piece of leather) or Quick Clip/Snap which has a reinforced mouth would both meet your needs.

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    Both Milt Sparks http://www.miltsparks.com/ and Stoner Holsters http://stonerholsters.com/ have a great IWB. I carry a Milt Sparks VM-2 with most all my carries. But the wait is between 22-30 weeks to get one but you won't go wrong with a Side Guard either.

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    Alessi holsters are very slim and lightweight, and the quality is excellent.

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    the MTAC holster by comp-tac.com is thin, tuckable and very adjustable.
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    Brommeland Max Con V is very thin.

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