This is a discussion on Ritchie Leather HIDEWAY IWB holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Just received Ritchie Leather new Hideaway IWB holster for 1911, Browning,Glock, Kahr, & Sig Arm pistols. The Legend lives on with the Hideaway inside the ...
Just received Ritchie Leather new Hideaway IWB holster for 1911, Browning,Glock, Kahr, & Sig Arm pistols. The Legend lives on with the Hideaway inside the pant holster, an improved design of the 1984 Lou Alessi/Charles Ritchie Hideout II, having a very comfortable and stable platform with interchangeable offset snap loops and a reinforced mouth.
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Great looking Holster!
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What degree cant is that holster?
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Very nice looking holster, let us know how you like it.
It is an excellent choice for its design and that is why we ordered it.
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Nice! Any comparisons you can make to the Sparks VM2?
IMHO the Hideaway is a more comfortable holster because the loop and leather reinforced mouth structure is less bulky. The Sparks offers an optional tuck capability which the Ritchie does not. The Hideaway at 10 degrees has less cant. Overall quality of materials used and craftmanship in both is excellent.
One more quick question, how low/hide does it ride compared to the VM2?