This is a discussion on Your favorite single clip IWB holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I am a contractor and must dis-arm/arm in my truck up to several times a day. I have used Wild Bills for 5 years and ...
I am a contractor and must dis-arm/arm in my truck up to several times a day. I have used Wild Bills for 5 years and just ordered two more for my new Super Carry Pro.
I am amazed at how comfortable this holster is and the clip will not let you down it has a special barb toward the bottom that really locks on. reholster is easy with abs sewn into opening. I got them in 10 days as per website.
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I tried to see if there was a specific reason mentioned why the OP wanted a single belt mount. I didn't find one so if I missed it, I apologize.
I have tried quite a few single mount holsters and with the exception of Comp-Tac's Paddle holsters for Range use only, I no longer use any holsters that only mount with one attachment. I always use two belt attachments and I want them spread out as far as possible on the holster.
If you're not dead set on a single clip mount, take a look at the Comp-Tac C-TAC IWB holsters. Minimal holster, with two belt attachments spread quite far, and the two belt attachments together are probably thinner than the single clip I've seen on many holsters.
As others have said, my issue with single mount holsters is they typically allow for way too much movement on the belt for my liking.
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I carry my toys in Blackhawk IWB holsters. Good comfy carry for me.
My vote is for the crossbreed micro clip or their other one which escapes me at the moment. I use a micro tuck modified. I realized that it didn't need both bollard support wings so I lopped off the front one. Moves hardly at all and now is a breeze on and off. Oh and it's still tuckable too. But order it right to begin win not like I did!
I bought the High Noon Mr. Softy for my PPS. I carry it in the Appendix position.
This holster is great. I had extremely low expectations for it. The holster is a stocking item at something around $35. It may not be fancy, but it works. From time to time I think about getting a facier holster, but why bother. This thing has never let me down.
Even when I want to carry at 3 to 4 o clock I can just slide it around and it still carries well. I have considered getting one for my G19, but have some doubts about how it would carry. On a smaller gun like a kahr you should have zero problems. Then take the savings towards some carry ammo or mags.
PS- anyone try carrying something like a G19 or P226 with a Mr. Softy?
I carried with a Blade-Tech UCCH for almost two years. The gun would want to rotate rearward. I recently went with a Galco King Tuk, just because it has two clips and won't move around and happy I decided to go that route. For a really quick on and off holster, I love the RFT Remora clipless holsters.
High noon hidden alley ....like it better then my milt sparks ss2
Don Hume 715. Not tuckable (I use a BB holster for that), but quick. I've had two. SA XD9SC and Glock 19.
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