Your favorite "in stock" holster?

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    Your favorite "in stock" holster?

    My preferred IWB holster is the CBST. Unfortunately they usually take 4-6 weeks to get. What's your favorite in stock/no wait IWB holster?
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    MTAC.

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    I have not tried an MTAC, but am happy with my two Galco King Tuk's.

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    Shielded holsters. I've got one of his for my PT111 and Love it. Ordered it on a Wednesday and it was at my door on Tuesday.

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    M-Tac. While it's not technically "in-stock," their build time is usually between 2-4 days; the longest I've seen being 8-9 days. Currently, it's at 3 days. I've never worn the CBST, but I've held and compared to my M-Tac, and prefer the M-Tac.
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    For leather, Mitch Rosen Express is an excellent no-wait option. I'd rather buy that than Galco, although Galco is certainly serviceable.

    If you expand to 1 month wait, I'd say FIST and Kramer.

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    Nothing I ever want is "in stock." Now what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Nothing I ever want is "in stock." Now what?
    Get something serviceable now, then plan ahead. For example, Lightning Arms Sports right now has a close-out on Galco. A Galco Summer Comfort -- a basic, usable IWB -- costs $54 there. One can easily get one of those now, then order the boutique holster of his choice, and when the latter is ready, sometime towards the end of this calendar year, just sell off the Galco, or keep it as a back up.

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    That depends on what you are carrying. For a heavier weapon, I'm with mitchellh on the Shielded Holster. It is a quality product and I think mine arrived within 5-7 days. For a small weapon, I have been happy with the Don Hume products, I have a 715 for my Kahr.
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    Uncle Mikes ankle holster has always done me well. bunker
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    The only in stock holsters I've bought are Mr softy and bare asset from High Noon. I believe Don Hume carries a selection of in stock but it's been a while and I only use them for pocket or OWB holsters. Try a gun show?

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    MTAC. I ordered mine with no wait by buying through their e-bay store.

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