This is a discussion on Glock 26 IWB holster what should I get? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Check out this website: www.n82tactical.com I ordered their professional version for my CM9 the other day and should be here first part of next week, ...
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I ordered their professional version for my CM9 the other day and should be here first part of next week, their holsters have pretty good reviews.
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At the price point you are looking, the Kholster is the one to pick.
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I have numerous IWB holsters that are mostly pretty comfortable. Of what you listed, I have the CBST and the KHolster. There is no difference in comfort. The CBST is a cleaner looking holster. I had to chop them both. The KHolster was chopped into a similar shape of a CBST. Not hard to do w/ a razor. Then you just need to file down the edges till they're smooth.
On the CBST I had to chop off some of the slide guard. It was too high and flapped over the back of the slide a little. I made it even with the back of the slide, now it is perfect. Again, just filed it down and used a black sharpie so that it is black again like the rest of the holster.
So it comes down to how much work do you want to do on a new holster vs cost. Your decision. Both will serve you well for their intended purposes.
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I just bought myself -- well, ordered myself -- a Kydex IWB holster by PJ Holsters. Very minimal, very inexpensive, very durable, very concealable, and very customizable -- but at point of sale -- you need to customize it during the order... I got mine done "deep concealment" for my G26:
Gen 1 G17, Gen 3 G23, Gen 4 G26, 870P, MkIII 678, 10/22 Carbine
We realize that economy is important for everyone so that is why we designed it this way. Just something else to consider. All the names mentioned make quality products, and I am certainly not trying to say anything bad about any of them. I think you will be happy with anyone you choose, but just a little food for thought on the pricing. Hope that helps. If you have any specific questions I can help you with please call or email us any time. 817-381-2111 or Support@WhiteHatHoslters.com.
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I will put a third chime in for the Brommeland Max Con V. It has been the most comfortable and concealable IBW holster I have ever had.
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I use a crossbreed super tuck for my Glock 26 and I love it!
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I carry my Glock 27 in a FIST 1A Kydex....very nice....very comfy......very affordable