I've been lurking around this forum for a while now, but this is my first post so bear with me.
I was wondering if I could get everyones opinion of some kydex holsters I've been making. I started this project about two months ago because I was looking into buying some other manufacturer's kydex rigs, but it seemed do-able at my house after some research. I've got the basic molding/retention thing down, but I was wanting some opinions/critiques of my overall holster design. I attempted to make them a little different from some of the ones i've seen (mostly because I like to tinker with stuff for apparently no reason)
So, here goes nothing:
This is the first one I ever made. It's a straight drop design I made for IDPA matches. There is less retention on this one because of what it's for.
These are some examples of the "basic" holster that I have been making: anywhere from 0 to 20 degree cant, depending on the application. These fit close to the body, kindof deceptively, since the front and back of the holster where the belt loops are kindof offset from the belt, but the pistol is right up against the belt. All of these are for a Glock 17-22
A "Blood Red" one for a Glock 19-23. It looks alot better in person than in this pic.
And a J-Frame holster. This one is currently in Indianapolis. I made it as a special request since I don't currently have a J-Frame (I had to borrow one)
I've also made one for a Kel-Tec P32, but no pics at the moment.
Thanks for looking and let me know what you think.