High Noon Split Decision

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    High Noon Split Decision

    My High Noon Split Decision IWB arrived yesterday to my surpirse as I never received the email with a tracking number, but on time none-the-less. I purchased it as a carry option for a newly purchased SR9C ($359.00), which needs to be fired a couple of hundred times before it becomes a carry option itself. I'll post photos and what not when I have the opportunity.

    Additional Info: Home now for the weekend and wearing the holster/pistol combo around the house trying to find the best spot for comfortable carry.
    Last edited by MontaukTrl; December 24th, 2010 at 12:19 AM. Reason: More Info
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    Congrats on finding one of the very best values in the CCW holster market.
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    I agree with six. Also the best customer service and quick shipping Ive found. I have carried a Glock 26 in one for years and its still tip top.

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    Here are a couple of photos. The 1st one is the holster as it came packaged. The 2nd is with my SR9C holstered, after resting in the holster for a couple of days, plus some of the recommended break-in techniques as suggested by High Noon.


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    You're going to love your High Noon Split Decision. I've got several of them and I agree with SIXTO that they're one of the very best values in the CCW holster market. The folks at High Noon are great to deal with as well.

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    Good choice! I have a Split Decision for my CW40 and a Mr. Softy for my P238. Great holsters for the money. You won't regret your purchase.

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    I have two Split Decision's. I love it for my snub nose. I plan on starting to carry my new Glock in the High Noon starting tonight.

    I was suprised when I got my Glock because it feels like the Glock is actually lighter than my Charter Arms Snubbie. I think the Glock should carry great in the Split Decision.

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    I have one for my G30. When it first arrived I felt a little ripped off. I guess the utilitarian/plain look of the thing and the plastic feel turned me off, but I soon discovered how nice the holster really was. It is REALLY thin and conceals wonderfully, not to mention the solid "staying power" of the simple clip that surprised me. It even began to bone itself quite nicely after only a couple days of constant carry. I have to agree with most reviewers that it is one of the best CC items on the market for price and value.

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    As I said I love mine for my Glock 26. I wish they made one for a 3" SP101 and the one for a J frame rode lower. If so it would be the perfect holster for all three of my carry guns. Just rides a little high for appendix carry on the revolver.

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    Good decision as they are good value holsters. I have one for my 709 and it's great.

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