What is your everyday holster?

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    I have a Galco for my 1911...and holsters from Lobo Gunleather for all my Glocks and my Detective Specials.
    Crossbreed supertuck for my Glocks when I go IWB.
    I also use a Galco Miami for my 1911 shoulder rig, and a High Noon Under Armor shoulder rig for my Glocks.


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    Blade-tech Phantom for when I'm wearing a wide strong belt and something else when I'm not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExactlyMyPoint View Post
    I am looking for new holsters. Ugh. What a fun adventure.

    I am just curious what your everyday holster is? What holster do you go to and put on everyday because it is the most comfortable, most concealable, most bestest holster ever?
    If you are like most of us you will go through many holsters until you find the perfect one, right now I use a remora IWB almost all the time. While OWB is far more comfortable to wear I live in FLA and usually am wearing shorts and a tshirt or polo shirt and OWB just doesnt conceal well with those clothes. If I am somewhere where I can wear a covering garment I would carry OWB in a glock sport holster
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    I carry my M&P 40c in an (interchangeable) OWB/IWB custom kydex rig from Personal Security Systems Kydex Holsters. Works like a charm for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gixx1070 View Post

    TT gun leather.
    +1 on TTGunleather only I use a the Snapable Pancake, easy on/easy off.

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    For the 3" 1911: Crossbreed, CTAC, and MTAC IWB's, Galco Miami Classic II shoulder rig, Galco Avenger OWB, and Smartcarry, in that order.
    For the Combat Commander: VMII.
    For the R9: Desantis #2 Nemesis pocket holster.
    All sturdy leather belts have Velcro sewn inside for use with IWB V clips.
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    I wish I HAD an "every day" holster. I am constantly rotating them in search of the "perfect" holster for my heavy 1911. My wife says I am as bad about holsters as she is with shoes and purses.

    There isn't one though, and I can tell you my favorites are the Galco King Tuck (because it is very adjustable) and the Don Hume 721 OT (OWB). Both do a great job, are reasonably comfy, and hold the weapons well for under $60 each. A good belt is probably more important than a good holster IMO.

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    My new favorite is the Remora. I paid $34.95 for the thing with the reinforced top and the sweat guard. It really doesn't seem like it should work, but it does...

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    For my 19 I rock the GG 800. For my SP101 I use one made custom for me that mimics the 800 its a custom brown made to match a belt I have from the same local leather maker. I like most open top leathers for anything concealed.

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    It depends what gun I choose that day.

    For the P229 it's a Milt Sparks VMII


    For the Glock 23 it's either a Galco Snap


    Milt Sparks VMII


    MTAC


    and for my XD9SC it is either a CBST


    or a Desantis Tuck This



    All of them are well made and comfortable


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    Cool

    I prefer Glocks the vast majority of the time for EDC and the High Noon Public Secret worn appendix is my holster of choice.

    photo.jpg High Noon Public Secret and G-23

    If I do carry my Hi-Power then I use the "old school" Bianchi # 100

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    If the Ruger SP-101 is the carry for the day then it's a Side Guard Quick Clip

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    Either Beltman or Cross Breed belts are use.

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    you guys have beautiful leather!
    I must seem to be cheap because I use remoras that cost around $25 and on the range I use glock sport owb holsters that retail for $15 or a synthetic slide that cost me $10 at a show, they are all comfortable and work well for me.

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    G26 in Remora.
    Especially in t-shirt weather.

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