Don Hume H721 is good
This is a discussion on High - Ride holster input within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Looking for some help from the peanut gallery. I am in the market for a high ride pancake with a forward cant. I have bought ...
Looking for some help from the peanut gallery. I am in the market for a high ride pancake with a forward cant. I have bought from the bigger names and I would like to go with a smaller maker this time around, any suggestions?
This "High Country" OWB from Ryan Grizzle is at the top of my list...
Anyone have experience with Grizzle Holsters?
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Ryan (Rgrizzle) does great work! You can't go wrong with one of his holsters.
I have a Galco that's similar, but without the reinforced mouth. It's not near the quality of the holster in your pic, though.
But I don't know if they meet your definition of 'smaller maker'.
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It isn't a pancake holster exactly, but the Bianchi Shadow OWB is nice for a high ride holster. The one I had came with a thumb break, but I'm sure they can be had without. Very comfortable, sufficient retention, and it keeps the gun tight to the body.
I called Kevin at K & D holsters and told him what I wanted. He fixed me one of his Larados set a little higher with a slightly 'extra' forward cant and what I got is the best OWB holster I've owned. Very fairly priced and fast turnaround time for a custom holster.
Check him out.
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I picked up the don hume h721ot a few weeks ago. looks just like the one in your picture. I LOOOOOOOve it. very comfy and does everything a concealment holster should. got mine for 55 bucks new at the local gun show.
wow that's a shinny gun............ilike don hume and galco
I was very pleased with the work I had done by Nate. UBG holsters are top notch. Look at the Bonneville. I carry a G19 in one and it flat out disappears.
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