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This is a discussion on Pic Request within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Hi guys, Ive been looking for a OWB holster for my Glock 19 and am looking at the Don Hume H721 OT. but am wondering ...

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    Pic Request

    Hi guys, Ive been looking for a OWB holster for my Glock 19 and am looking at the Don Hume H721 OT. but am wondering how high it does sit on the belt. So I'm asking if anyone else has one could you post a pic of you wearing it so i can see how high it does sit? I would really appreciate it. Thanks in advance.

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    I carry all my pistols in the thumbstrap version. and they ride "comfortable" to me. Not to high and not to low. Go to google and type in the holster number under images and there are quite a few pics there. Hope that helps.
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    I have one for a 1911 that I bought for a training course. It's pretty rugged and I find the ride height compatible with my age-reduced flexibility. The only drawback is that in an intensive, multi-day training, the "sweat shield" a/k/a love-handle flap lost a bit of its initial starch, and occasionally got in the way on re-holstering. Probably with daily temps under 100F and less rigorous use that wouldn't be a problem.

    A friend took pics of me during the training; although the gun isn't holstered, you can at least get an idea of the ride height. Focus on the outline of the trigger guard in the holster relative to the belt line... that's the visual reference you want. And please ignore the pot hanging over the belt - that's gone!

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    Here is a Springfield XD in the Don Hume H721OT

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    Sorry about the pix quality, but I have one for my G30 and it is my favorite OWB for that weapon. It rides high and tight and is at a price that you just can't beat.Pic Request-hume-721.jpg
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