August 11th, 2011 01:17 PM
so i'm sitting around one day going though my holster drawer and got to thinking. not one of my holsters is from the same company. each holster has a different brand name. question is, do you pretty much stick with one company or do you pick a company for different types of ccw. just curoius.
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August 11th, 2011 01:19 PM
FIST tends to get the bulk of my business. I just caught a friend pocket-carrying an unholstered Glock the other day, and I have one on order for him as well.
Although I also have a comp-tac mtac, a superb piece of craftsmanship from Rocky at Pure Custom, as well as some scrub Don Humes, and a box full of just pure crap.
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August 11th, 2011 01:21 PM
Originally Posted by WHEC724
Friends don't let friends pocket Glocks!
My three holsters are all different manufacturers. I think each one has their finer points for my purposes.
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August 11th, 2011 02:31 PM
You misspelled pocket, I corrected it for you... LOL
Originally Posted by ArkhmAsylm
August 11th, 2011 03:19 PM
Don Hume - 6
Bianchi - 3
Uncle Mike's - 3
Safariland - 1
G&G - 1
S&W - 1 (doesn't say who actually made it)
Fobus - 1
Bucheimer - 2
Aker - 1
UTG - 1 (I think this is a division of Leapers?)
nonames - 4-5
assorted box lost in the deep dark corner I haven't seen for a long time - about a dozen
Some good, some junk
Time for a sale I think
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August 11th, 2011 03:38 PM
I suppose it all depends on how many holsters you own. If you only own a few, most likely they are from different makers. Trial and error and all that.
I imagine that many of us who own a large number of guns (with holsters for each) have probably settled on one or two makers that work best for that person's individual needs/requirements.
Of course, there are always the butterflies that just have to have one of EVERYTHING!
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August 11th, 2011 07:32 PM
I have one from Bianchi, one from Hunter, one from Uncle Mike, and several I made over the last 3 years.
August 11th, 2011 11:09 PM
I have a Kramer, a few of my own, and several Alessi holsters. Have a couple of plastic holsters that I bought to see me through until the maker holsters showed up. Still waiting on the CQC-S for the M&P. Be nice to carry 15 rounds of 357 SIG.
August 11th, 2011 11:19 PM
steelhawk - Nice looking holster there.
Originally Posted by steelhawk
August 12th, 2011 02:16 AM
I have one hybrid for each of my three carry choices and either a leather IWB are OWB holster for all but my 45. My wife has 5-6 assorted holsters for her ONE EDC. As for the companies they are very sorted Crossbreed, com-tac, Galco and five-shot. while I hate to admit it i do have a couple of no-name OWB holsters also that were ordered off of EBAY, mainly used for range and loaner gear.
August 12th, 2011 06:34 AM
I've got the usual drawerful of stuff, IWB's, OWB's, belly bands, concealment T-shirts, and crossdraws. Through it all, the most comfortable for me is an OWB with a forward cant worn at 4 o'clock. It conceals with a cover shirt or jacket and it's comfortable enough to wear all day without giving me fits.
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August 12th, 2011 10:07 AM
Pure Kustom, Milt Sparks and Occidental Leather are my go to holsters. I own more than 1 product from each manufacturer b/c of their outstanding quality and customer service.
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August 12th, 2011 11:37 AM
In no particular order:
Bianchi - 1
Galco - 2
Safailand - 1
Fobus - 1
Raven Concealment - 1
HSGI - 1
Eagle Industries - 1
Pure Kustom - 1
Garrett Industries - 1
CrossBreed - 1
Comp-Tac - 1
Thunderwear - 1
Fobus - 2
Springfield Armory - 1
Arredondo - 1
Rankin Saddlery - 1
Mernickle Holsters - 1
D.M.Bullard - 1
R.Olson Gunleather - 1
I have four (4) handguns.
August 12th, 2011 03:08 PM
I hope I spelled them all correctly.
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August 12th, 2011 04:41 PM
Like most of you gentlemen I have a few stuck in my drawer, some that work and some that are junk. I recently started carrying a Kimber Ultra Raptor and I am having difficulty finding a good ISW or OSW rig. This Kimber Ultras are butt end heavy and want to lay away from the body, would love some recomendations on this one.
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