Best IWB holster for Glock 27?

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    Shielded holster.

    I have one for the 27/23, 30 and LCR.


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    Good call NY27!!! Carry my 19 all day long plus do a lot of driving, very comfortable.

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    I carry my G30 in a Kholster all day, everyday. When I carry my G23 or 27, they are in a crossbreed supertuck. Both of these holsters are very comfortable.

    I do agree with everyone else, don't carry without a quality holster.
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    crossbreed supertuck, or any like it,,,

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    When choosing the crossbreed supertuck.... If you reside in a warm area or hot summers then I suggest the horsehide option for $10 additional dollars.
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    Thanks all, I know that the way I carry now is not very safe, that's the reason I'd ask all of you what you think, I will explore all suggestions, once again, thanks

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    Ordered a FIST 1A Clip in Kydex, can't wait to get it

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    My EDC for the G26 is the CompTac Mtac

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    I vote the archangel by Dale Fricke also. Next best I've found for me is the Blade Tech. I carry a 27 in the Archangel and a 23 with a sure fire x300 in the base tech.

    Depends the day and the attire to what I carry.

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    Most of the "Summer Special" holsters should be fine. Just about every company makes a version including, Kramer, Blade-tech, Comp-tac, Wild Bill, Desantis, Milt Sparks, Galco and just about every other holster maker under the sun.

    I wouldn't carry "Mexican" with one in the chamber and even with an uncharged gun you risk losing it in a violent confrontation, car accident, or just having too loose of a belt. At least get a MIC and a Clip-draw if you are going to carry this way.

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    AKJ Concealco LLC - Concealment gun holsters, personal defense related equipment, and other gunleather.

    I have three of his select grades, one for my G27, G23 and 1911. I have several from various top makers, his is by far the most comfortable and concealable.
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    Please reconsider carrying without a holster.

    There are accounts of those who did losing their life because of it.

    Trigger guards must be covered for safety and to prevent unintentional firing of the weapon.

    I carry my Glock 19,23 and 36 in High Noon Public Secret holsters AIWB. Top quality and affordable price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old School View Post
    Please reconsider carrying without a holster.

    There are accounts of those who did losing their life because of it.

    Trigger guards must be covered for safety and to prevent unintentional firing of the weapon.

    I carry my Glock 19,23 and 36 in High Noon Public Secret holsters AIWB. Top quality and affordable price.

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    I use a High Noon Down Under....
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    Can't recommend Tommy Theis enough! He makes a grerat holster for less than the big boys and it has a lifetime warranty and a 2 week try out period. Give his holster a look see.

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    Seriously, stop carrying with no holster, you are just asking for an ND. A guy died just recently from carrying this way.

    I understand that it's hard to find a holster that keeps things as thin as no holster (although there are some very thin holsters out there i.e. from Fist). I second the recommendation of a kydex trigger-holster. The two that will keep things thinnest are:

    The Mic Razor's Edge. Very strong retention so that if the gun gets loose it will not release from the holster. To get the holster off you have to pull a certain way. They work exactly as claimed, check out the FAQ video on their website to be sure of understanding proper use. I carry a G26 tucked with one of these all day and even people who know I'm carrying can't see it.

    Raven Vanguard. These can be pulled off in any direction. I have one on order and I think it's going to work better for my purposes.

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