Leather or Hybrid holster?

This is a discussion on Leather or Hybrid holster? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Dangerfield From what I have seen, 100.00 won't buy a decent leather on. A hybrid is less expensive than leather. You can ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerfield View Post
    From what I have seen, 100.00 won't buy a decent leather on. A hybrid is less expensive than leather.
    You can buy quality leather holsters in numerous configurations all day long from many makers.

    I like High Noon holsters and especially their Public Secret model.
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    I don't think I ever spent more than $50-$70 for a holster, some a lot less. All kinds - Kydex, leather, hybrid, even nylon. All were OWB & all worked well & held up fantastically. I use them all depending on the type of clothes I'm wearing & the circumstances. Leather is probably my favorite because - well... they're leather. No other particular reason. I've never had a retention or drawing problem.
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    I have the MaxTuck from White Hat Holsters and it is an excellent holster...very comfortable.

    I buy a replacement kydex for each of my handguns just in case I want to change my carry gun.

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    Your gun is a very important tool and a if it happens to get a little "rub mark" on the finish so what as long as it goes bang when it needs to.

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    So many decent options out there for less than $100. I'm pretty evenly split between Kydex and leather with the slight edge to leather.

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    Just read up on the holster and am interested in one for a PM9 I'll be buying soon. But I wonder if you appendix carry and if so, do you find the forward cant uncomfortable when sitting? I only appendix carry my SP101 and rock the gun in the opposite direction for comfort when sitting.

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    Check out Holsterpros Holsterpro Gun Leather - Custom Hand Crafted in the U.S.A. model 722. Very nice holster and good quality. Paul is the owner and a really great guy to work with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost tracker View Post
    A $100 won't buy a decent leather holster? Well, not one made of albino python & lined with yeti scrotum. But you can bet your boots (even Lucchese Boots) that you can buy a perfectly functional leather holster for $100. The Milt Sparks Summer Special II comes immediately to mind.

    Yeti scrotum is the only way to go IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost tracker View Post
    A $100 won't buy a decent leather holster? Well, not one made of albino python & lined with yeti scrotum.
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    I bought a Desantis pancake holster for my S&W 9mm and it was only $50. For IWB I have a kydex holster from Old Faithful...it was also $50. I think you can find something to fit your needs for $100. Maybe check out extremeconcealment.com.

    I am saving up though...for one of those yeti scrotum models....

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    You didn't say what kind of gun you bought but if you prefer an OWB holster I highly recommend a Blackhawk Serpa. I have one for my XD40 and really like it. For IWB I wear Crossbreed hybrids. All are less than $100.
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    I have been happy with my Foxx Holsters Lil Foxx. It's a hybrid of great quality, excellent retention, and very little break-in. $40.00
    They shipped and I received it in 5 days.
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    I have a Foxx Holsters Lil Foxx, a hybrid. $40.00, good quality, fast turn around (5 days delivered), very comfortable.

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