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    I didn't like mine, but to each his own.
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    I'd like to find a buyer for mine..I'll let them go cheap..
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    Agreed, Mine is NOT a paddle holster. Belt loop type. The guy was telling me they are good and I just don't like paddle holsters.

    Jim

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    I've actually used Fobus holsters for Steel Challenge before. I'd never consider using for CC.

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    I use mine for woods walking, range/hunting and fishing.
    I have better options for CC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollbar View Post


    Agreed, Mine is NOT a paddle holster. Belt loop type. The guy was telling me they are good and I just don't like paddle holsters.

    Jim
    I've got a Blackhawk Serpa (lvl2) and I always used the belt loop attachment, because I thought the paddle was just stupid. My buddy used it and said I was nuts. So I swapped the belt attachment out for the paddle and it's a WORLD of difference. More stable, sits up better and comfortable! (which I didn't expect). Different holster may be a different story, but worth a try, you may also be surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snatale42 View Post
    I've got a Blackhawk Serpa (lvl2) and I always used the belt loop attachment, because I thought the paddle was just stupid. My buddy used it and said I was nuts. So I swapped the belt attachment out for the paddle and it's a WORLD of difference. More stable, sits up better and comfortable! (which I didn't expect). Different holster may be a different story, but worth a try, you may also be surprised.
    Thank you, my son has one like that for his G23 and I must say it comes out quickly. I was looking at the thumb break holster since I am use to my thumb popping open the snap of a regular holster. Problem was the bigger thumb break that I found was on a paddle type and I don't like paddles. The Safariland thumb break is to small of a target, so for now I went w/the standard Fobus.

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    I'm the odd man out. While it isn't my first choice, I actually like the Fobus paddle for my G26. It is comfortable and easy off and on. I don't open carry, so don't worry much about someone beating me to the draw of my own weapon. My one caution is to wear a quality belt and wear it tight to make sure the holster stays on when the gun comes out.
    Chose a weapon that goes bang EVERY time!

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