IWB Holster Options Needed

IWB Holster Options Needed

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    IWB Holster Options Needed

    I am looking for IWB holster options. Let me start out that I am allergic to leather, I can't even put a leather wallet in my back pocket go figure. I need something that is comfortable for all day wear and doesn't require a heavy leather belt to hold it up. Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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    Take a look at the reviews on this forum for Remora holsters.

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    If you need a dress up type of belt for business, then I would suggest a Liger Gun Belt. It is made out of a synthetic material. Liger Gun Belt - MAXPEDITION HARD-USE GEAR Tactical Nylon Gear for Military, Law Enforcement, Tactical Concealed Carry; Tailored to Perform Tactical
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    Blade tech all the way I carry a Sig 1911 in one and other than not being able to tuck it in it is wonderfull and due to a lower back injury I had to put away the crossbreed holsters and carry about 2:30 ish and the blade tech does that great. And it is made out of kydex/plastic and no leather. Also I use a 5.11 belt which is non leather and has very good weight distribution
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    Just got a FIST 1A in kydex, very comfy and less than $60

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    It really depends a lot on your budget.

    If you can swing $100, an Archangel holster made of kydex by Dale Fricke is an excellent holster. Remora is a great, more economical option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afojc View Post
    Just got a FIST 1A in kydex, very comfy and less than $60
    This will work for you...I have quite a few of the #1A's in leather, but kydex will work, too!
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    For what kind of gun? A full size 1911 is going to require something different than subcompact 9mm. Since you said you want something that doesn't have to be held up by a gunbelt, I'm assuming you're looking for something relatively small. If that is the case, Paul at PJ Holsters makes excellent kydex holsters that he customizes to your preferences (cant, ride height etc.). His prices a very reasonable, and turn around time is quick. My Kahr CM9 rides comfortably in one all day long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sconnie View Post
    For what kind of gun? A full size 1911 is going to require something different than subcompact 9mm. Since you said you want something that doesn't have to be held up by a gunbelt, I'm assuming you're looking for something relatively small. If that is the case, Paul at PJ Holsters makes excellent kydex holsters that he customizes to your preferences (cant, ride height etc.). His prices a very reasonable, and turn around time is quick. My Kahr CM9 rides comfortably in one all day long.
    I have a CM9 also, they are sweet shooting, I will look at the suggestions for the kydex holsters, thanks.
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