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    glock combat holsters

    How does everybody like the glock combat holsters. I have recently purchased one and i like it. Very light and pulls in tight to your side . Conceals very well.


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    I've praised mine before ever using it. My CBST had to be repaired so I tried the GLOCK holster and could not get it anywhere in between belt loops on my jeans. I think it will be fine but I'll need a seperate gun belt to wear outside of my CB belt.
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    I dont go between belt loops the holster is over a loop that way that is all the holster can slide is maybe 2 inchesto the left or right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joker1 View Post
    I've praised mine before ever using it. My CBST had to be repaired so I tried the GLOCK holster and could not get it anywhere in between belt loops on my jeans. I think it will be fine but I'll need a seperate gun belt to wear outside of my CB belt.
    like any owb holster it can straddle belt loops...no differently than your cbst...just on the outside...

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    I got one only because it was cheap and more concealable than my Fobus I usually use for the range. Though out in public I almost always carry IWB or pocket carry my Kahr. I've only carried with my Glock Holster once in public and I never took off my jacket.

    I think it's an ok holster, especially for the price. It gets the job done. A friend of mine has one and absolutely hates it.

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    Got one, hate it. I just dont like the way it fits on my belt.
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    I always thought that they were garbage because of how cheap they were and the fact that it is an ambidexterous holster. I finally picked one up and was surprised at how effective it was as a concealment holster. Holds the Glock very snug to the body and has good retention.
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    Cheap but very effective. Plus you can buy 10 for the price of some holsters. I am always trying different holsters in the wb outside the wb.

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    Pulls the glock in tight to the body. Extremely durable, good retention, really as good or better than stuff you pay alot more money for.

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    Used it for awhile, did not hold up at all.

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    I like it alright. I use it if I am wearing a coat or heavy flannel shirt. I prefer IWB if going out anywhere public though.
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    The best glock holster I have ever used, and I have tried MANY is the Dale Fricke Archangel. It has no equal in my humble opinion.

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