This is a discussion on World's Smallest for Glock Only within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by M1380 I bought one for my G26 for appendix carry and don't like it for the reasons you mention. It makes my ...
It may work for some, but not for me...I prefer more leather!
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I like quiet holsters ,there may be a time that you need to employ your gun and you want to be able to do it quietly since a loud "click" may get you or a loved one killed before you can get your gun into action in some situations where you may have been caught off guard and are now in a hostage situation
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I can see this as being a good option for women who carry in their purse or people who carry a Glock in a backpack or some other type of bag.
I am sorry but I want a holster that is secure and securely holds my firearm.
I want safety and quality. I want leather. It may cost more but a quality holster does more.
Hell me and the boys are worth it.
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Holster for me, don't need my glock pointing towards the north pole.
I've used those thin band style holsters for a browning hi-power and carried it in the small of my back, I figured It would have a track for the bullet to follow carrying it that way.
I have been thinking about switching to appendix carry. This kind of looks like it would mess up my draw a lot. Tuggin on something thats going, going, going, and then a snag for a split second. Doesn't really seem like I could get used to it. Anyone have that problem and train past it?
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The new vanguard 2 solves this. Google raven concealment vanguard 2
I have the Zack's for each of my Glocks. I think it is a great minimalist holster. It is sold as an experts holster, not a novices holster. Like anything else it takes practice. There is NO WAY to pull the trigger with this installed. I have never heard of a ND without someone putting their booger hook on the trigger. The draw is like any other draw, if a slight tug as the plastic snaps off will fumble your draw, I would suggest not using one. It is also great for storing Glocks in the safe.