Don Hume JIT slide holster for a Glock?

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    Don Hume JIT slide holster for a Glock?

    Does anyone here use one of these rigs for a Glock 27 or any other Gun I'd so how's does it conceal? Thanks
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    I have a couple that I use occasionally(g26, g30)in cooler weather when I can wear coat or at least a vest. There is no can't to these Holsters so they don't conceal very well without a really good cover garment.....or at least not as well as my other OWB & IWB Holsters!
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    I had one, nice holster for the price. Just be careful and keep an eye on condition. There is a thread about a guy who had an AD/ND because the trigger area got loose. I had one, and really liked it. It is lower ride than I like, especially for polymer pistols that aren't as top heavy as my 1911. But conceals as good as my pancake holsters. Only difference is the barrel can be seen if I raise my arm due to the lower ride height. Notice in the side pic how I hooked the elastic bottom over the barrel
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    I have one for my G30 and my G20, I agree that the ride is a little lower then what I prefer, however, with the cost of the rig, I think it is well worth the money spent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Usmc_cowboy View Post
    with the cost of the rig, I think it is well worth the money spent.
    Great point, I think I paid $21. How can you NOT buy one for that price. It is nice to wear around the house and yard.

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    Actually, it doesn't conceal anywhere near as good as a pancake style OWB; it's all about the positioning of the belt slots on the JIT as oposed to on a pancake; which actually "pulls" the gun into your side where the JIT just "holds" it there. A JIT is fine if you're wearing a coat or jacket, but if your of avg build, and just wearing T or polo, a Glock is gonna print more with a JIT than you might like. With my Kramer belt Scabbard (pancake design), no printing with just a T or polo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by druryj View Post
    Actually, it doesn't conceal anywhere near as good as a pancake style OWB; it's all about the positioning of the belt slots on the JIT as oposed to on a pancake; which actually "pulls" the gun into your side where the JIT just "holds" it there. A JIT is fine if you're wearing a coat or jacket, but if your of avg build, and just wearing T or polo, a Glock is gonna print more with a JIT than you might like. With my Kramer belt Scabbard (pancake design), no printing with just a T or polo.
    Well said.....that is exactly what I was getting at in my reply!
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