Highly recommend High Noon

Highly recommend High Noon

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    Highly recommend High Noon

    I use these for all my pistols, IWB and love them. I have a couple "Mr. Softy's" and a few "Bare Assets". Comfortable and durable.


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    Great choice!
    High Noon holsters makes some GREAT products. I do love Fist holsters, but with a couple of items from High Noon, I was impressed with the quality.
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    I have a number of High Noon Products and they're all well made and comfortable......especially their Slide Guard OWB holster! Their Rock Steady belt is top notch, as well.....can't go wrong with their products!
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    They tend to be my go-to holster company. I have been using mostly stocking items made out of their special material, but recently decided to step up and give their other products a try. I should have a review of them up in the not too distant future.
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    I ordered a High Noon Public Secret on the 2nd and it arrived yesterday, the 7th, lol. I like it. I am wearing it , trying to break it in. So far, so good.
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    I'm a BIG fan of their metal clips for IWB. They are the best that I've found. They lock on and yet are still easy to put on, no way that clip will slip off your belt unless you want it to.
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    Yes, their clip on holsters are top notch.



    Having owned holsters with clips from other companies. I'd really only trust High Noon
    for a secure clip.

    Since losing about 70 pounds in 2 months now.

    I'm kind of new to the IWB game now that I have extra room in my waistline for a holster
    with loops.

    Very impressed with the new holsters that I just got in from Michael and his crew in Florida.



    Will be reporting on them in a couple weeks.

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    That gun needs to be seated all the way down. Its a tite design as all of our soft line holsters are. They are not sloppy fits we have so many sizes. PUSH and TWIST till your gun looks like the picture.


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    Cool

    Excellent quality and fair pricing the High Noon Public Secret is my go to holster for my Glock 19 and 23. Easy to conceal and easy to access the firearm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by High Noon View Post
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    That gun needs to be seated all the way down. Its a tite design as all of our soft line holsters are. They are not sloppy fits we have so many sizes. PUSH and TWIST till your gun looks like the picture.


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    Good grief! Pass the KY Jelly!

    I'm currently breaking in this Skin Guard for a Sig P226. Do you think the big but makes my ass look fat?



    The draw is still quite stiff so I guess it needs some more shim time.


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    Doghandler,

    No comment on your butt however here is the High Noon page on holster breakin and other questions if you have not seen it yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by High Noon View Post
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    That gun needs to be seated all the way down. Its a tite design as all of our soft line holsters are. They are not sloppy fits we have so many sizes. PUSH and TWIST till your gun looks like the picture.

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    I am a BIG fan of High Noon, and the Bare Essentials in particular.

    Got my first one for my CW45 and loved it. I ordered one for my SIG P232, and honestly thought they'd sent one that was too small. Justin coached me through the "Push & Twist" routine over the phone, then called me back a while later to be sure I was satisfied with the holster. After the break-in, it fits perfectly.

    I have since ordered three more - One for my CM9, and one each for my brother-in-law's 1911 and SIG P226. Every one shipped within 24 hours of the order. Great products, great service, great company!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doghandler View Post
    Good grief! Pass the KY Jelly!

    I'm currently breaking in this Skin Guard for a Sig P226. Do you think the big but makes my ass look fat?



    The draw is still quite stiff so I guess it needs some more shim time.


    Yes its tite, but once you get it in there, you will love the feel and in a year from now will be thanking us its still tite.

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