concealing my 1911.

This is a discussion on concealing my 1911. within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I just bought a new Kimber Ultra Crimson Carry pistol. Shoots like a dream for only having a 3 in. barrel. My only issue now ...

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    concealing my 1911.

    I just bought a new Kimber Ultra Crimson Carry pistol. Shoots like a dream for only having a 3 in. barrel. My only issue now is finding the right holster for it. I want a IWB holster that i can hide, yet be comfortable and secure. Any suggestions?

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    Any IWB from a site sponsor will work nicely, and be comfortable

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    I have the Kimber 1911 Utra CDPII and I use the MTAC and think it is comfortable. It is a cross between leather and kydex.

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    I have an MTAC that I sometimes use but for ease of putting it in the glove box and putting back on in the car I use a Galco Ultra Deep Carry. I use it without a gun belt.


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    Hidden Companion IWB; $35, Includes USPS First Class Shipping

    great holster, but be prepared to wait for awhile....
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    I have an Uktra Raptor II and bought the limber/ galco IWB. Very comfortable ane well made.

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    Black ops pro from Pure Kustom is the way to go.
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    I hope to be able to report on mt Crossbreed IWB super tuck in the next couple of days! I've heard they are great...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksholder View Post
    Black ops pro from Pure Kustom is the way to go.
    I'll second the Black Ops Pro from Pure Kustom, you can wear it either IWB or OWB and many different cants to suit your preference.
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    For as long as I have been carrying a 1911, only one IWB for me. Brommeland Max-Con V.



    A bit of coin and a wait time, but it has been worth it to me.

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    Cross Breed Super Tuck gets my vote. I carry the same gun. Cross Breed adjusts for ride height and cant. You can't beat their service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timezoneguy View Post
    Cross Breed Super Tuck gets my vote. I carry the same gun. Cross Breed adjusts for ride height and cant. You can't beat their service.
    I also carry a Kimber Ultra CDP II in a CrossBreed Supertuck. Very comfortable for me. Gun disappears at the 4:00 o'clock position under anything by a skin-tight shirt.

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    Here is my rig from Little Bear Holsters....


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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyeLCPL View Post
    UBG Canute.
    This. x 1000.

    I have one for my Commander sized 1911 and it is great. Go over at see Nate's stuff at UBG Leatherworks, not sure what the website is. I have a gun belt and spare mag holder from him too. The belt is nice enough to use as a dress belt or just anytime I need something to hold my pants up.
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